Research Services aims to provide researchers and faculty administrators with current, relevant and helpful information.
Core facilities are shared research resources that, through economies of scale, provide access to instruments, technologies and services that are generally too expensive, complex or specialized for investigators to provide and sustain independently.
A research project is often a dynamic initiative involving many people and processes. In an effort to be as efficient as possible with time, resources and money, we provide some project management tools that can help add structure to the management and flow of your projects.
The Strategic University Proposal and Platform Opportunity Review Team (SUPPORT) team helps faculty members to be successful in major grant competition and awards, and ensures that institutional commitments identified in applications can be fulfilled.
To apply for and hold Tri Council funding the applicant’s / grant holder’s ongoing eligibility is of paramount importance. It is important to be aware that the eligibility requirements for each Council are substantially different. They can even differ by program within each Council.
Canadian Common CV
The Canadian Common CV (CCV) is an online application that provides researchers with a single way to gather the CV information required by a network of federal, provincial and not-for-profit research funding organizations, including the Tri-Council agencies.