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Date of creation
2017-06-20 19:37 UTC (melissa.willey@cbd.int)
Date of last update
2017-06-21 13:52 UTC (melissa.willey@cbd.int)
Date of publication
2017-06-21 13:52 UTC (melissa.willey@cbd.int)

General information
Name of the Organization
Center for the Study of Science and Innovation Policy
Center for the Study of Science and Innovation Policy (CSIP)
Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy
University of Saskatchewan
101 Diefenbaker Place
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Canada, S7N 5B8
Phone:+1 306-966-8465
Contact Information
Type of organization
  • Academic or research institute
Thematic areas
bioscience and food policy, digital governance and policy analytics, energy policy, and health innovation policy
Organization’s profile
Our vision is to change the way in which government, the scientific community and society interact and approach policy for new ideas and technologies from the initial concept to market acceptance stages.

Our mission is to equip and enable public, private and civil society sectors to successfully consider, debate and make decisions about new discoveries and technological applications. 

Our Objectives
    Lead, host, undertake and support cutting-edge research on policy and governance dimensions (including Indigenous, social, economic and political considerations) of science and innovation.
    Create and support research clusters, building on networks of scholars within and beyond the JSGS and crossing scientific, social scientific and humanist disciplines, colleges and institutions.
    Provide a mechanism to strengthen understanding regarding collaborative research opportunities among academic, public, private, Indigenous, and civil society sectors, both in Canada and internationally.
    Explore economic and social innovations arising from natural, applied and biomedical sciences and in the social sciences in the private, public and social sectors.
    Develop and assess knowledge translation strategies and best practices and disseminate them to interested users from government, industry and civil society.
    Offer specialized training opportunities for graduate students and researchers interested in developing governance knowledge and skills that are essential for consideration of scientific applications in public and private spheres.

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