(Conference) Agricultural Institute of Canada, April 2016

The knowledge system underpinning agriculture in Canada is key to our future growth and productivity in this sector.  When research is informed by real problems on the ground and efforts are made to appropriately disseminate research outcomes to research end-users, Canada’s full potential as a global agricultural leader can be realized.
The Agricultural Institute of Canada (AIC) wants to hear from you.  We invite you to provide your input on issues on the dissemination and utilization of agricultural research results to further inform this area of the national agricultural research policy and to ensure a broad pre-conference consultation can inform the important conversations taking place at our upcoming conference AIC 2016.
Have your say on questions such as…
Do existing public research programs address timely dissemination of agricultural research outputs to research end-users?
Do existing technology/knowledge transfer policies or strategies speed up the adoption of agricultural research outputs?
The consultation closes February 5th, 2016.
What’s Next?  Attend the Conference
AIC 2016: Disseminating Agricultural Research – bridging the gap between idea and adoption is taking place April 13-14, 2016 in Ottawa.  The conference promises to engage participants and stimulate lively debate on topics ranging from intellectual property protection, to modern research extension strategies, and maximizing technology transfer to industry stakeholders.
After December 31 – regular registration fees are $350


Not on the AIC mailing list but want to receive up-to-date information on AIC 2016?
For more information contact:
Bridget Schrempf
613-232-9459 x304

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