PAGSE

AcronymDefinition
PAGSEPartnership Group for Science and Engineering (Canada)
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PAGSE is encouraging all its members, including chemists, chemical technologists and chemical engineers, to share their ideas on these important issues.
Every fall, PAGSE submits a brief to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance to provide consensus views from the science and engineering community on policy issues and initiatives.
PAGSE is a cooperative association of more than 25 national organizations in science and engineering, representing approximately 50,000 members from the industrial, academic and government sectors.
Even if FINA allows CIC, PAGSE or CCR to present a brief in person this October, we would be one of half a dozen groups per session.
While the leading-from-behind approach of PAGSE will not necessarily satisfy individuals who simply want to take government to task, Kassen maintains that the stakes are even higher.
"For this reason, the CIC is an active, participating member of PAGSE and uses it to get out our research and innovation message to the federal government through the annual Brief to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance."
The core of this article resulted from a 2005 "Bacon and Eggheads" lecture sponsored by the Partnership Group for Science and Engineering (PAGSE of Canada; www.pagse.
Committee on Research Grants), and as chair of the Partnership Group for Science and Engineering (PAGSE).
The Chemical Institute of Canada, through its active membership and leadership roles in both the Partnership Group for Science and Engineering (PAGSE) and Canadian Consortium for Research (CCR), advocates for the strengthening of government science.
The CIC actively participates in both the Partnership Group for Science and Engineering (PAGSE) and the Canadian Consortium for Research (CCR).
The CIC, through its staff and volunteer members, plays a strong role in both the Partnership Group for Science and Engineering (PAGSE) and the Canadian Consortium for Research (CCR).
The CSCT is proud to be a part of this effort and assisted at both the Partnership Group for Science and Engineering (PAGSE) and the Canadian Consortium for Research (CCR).