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Half of Canadians can’t name a woman scientist or engineer, poll finds

The online survey of 1,511 Canadians was commissioned by the non-profit group Girls Who Code and conducted by the market research firm Maru/Blue from March 1-3 and released for International Women’s Day today. Click the title to read more.

Women in health, science and innovation are collaborating globally

In line with the upcoming 2019 International Women’s Day and the 2019 Women Deliver conference in Vancouver, Neuroethics Canada’s Dr. Judy Illes writes about the current global collaborations between women in health, science, and innovation at the recent post from The Conversation. Click the title to read more.

Neuroethics to form foundation of multi-pillar Canadian Brain Research Strategy

A new Canadian Brain Research Strategy (CBRS), highlighted for the first time in a series of five papers in the journal Neuron this week, offers four strategic pillars of which neuroethics, as part of the application of neuroscience to society, is one. Click the title to read more.

Dr. B. Lynn Beattie inducted into the 2019 Vancouver Coastal Health Medical Staff Hall of Honour

Neuroethics Canada congratulates Dr. B. Lynn Beattie who has been inducted into the 2019 Vancouver Coastal Health Medical Staff Hall of Honour! The Medical Staff Hall of Honour The Medical Staff Hall of Honour was created by the Vancouver Community of Care (CoC) Medical, Dental and Allied Staff Association (VMDAS) of Vancouver Coastal Health, with […]

More oversight needed for consumer brain stimulation devices

As smart watches and fitness trackers explode in popularity, so is a new type of health and wellness tech marketed as being able to monitor and manipulate brain functions. Direct-to-consumer “neurotechnology” is a rapidly growing industry, predicted to top $3 billion by 2020. Click the title to read more.