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Nuclear Insights: New Research, New Opportunities

The Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation
and the
Centre for the Study of Science and Innovation Policy
invite you to join us for

 A conversation about nuclear research projects in Saskatchewan and their benefits to our province

 

The evening will feature:

  • Margot Hurlbert, Ph.D., LL.M., a social scientist, discussing 'Policy considerations for new nuclear technologies'
  • Esam Hussein, Ph.D. P.Eng., a nuclear engineer, discussing ‘What it takes to build a nuclear reactor’
  • Alex Rajput, MD, FRCPC, a neurologist, discussing, ‘Diagnosing and treating Parkinson’s disease’.

 

Start the discussion – what do you want to know about nuclear research in Saskatchewan? Submit your question with your registration:

https://nuclearinsights2018.eventbrite.ca/

 

Monday, December 4th

7:30 – 9:00 p.m.

Saskatoon Club

417 21st St E, Saskatoon

 

There are many new and interesting nuclear research studies taking place in Saskatchewan. Nuclear researchers and scientists in the province are currently undertaking research in engineering and physics, health and medicine, and social science. How do these research findings impact the lives of the people in our province? This is exactly what Nuclear Insights 2018 is all about!

Hosted by the Sylvia Fedoruk Canadian Centre for Nuclear Innovation and the Johnson Shoyama Centre for the Study of Science and Innovation Policy, Nuclear Insights 2018 is a conversation about the benefits of nuclear research and nuclear technology for the people of Saskatchewan.

At Nuclear Insights 2018, nuclear researchers will talk about their varied work in medicine, engineering and social science and engage in dialogue with each other and the audience.

Come join us for an evening of conversation about the new opportunities that nuclear research can bring to Saskatchewan.

You are welcome to share this invitation.

Registration closes November 30th.

Questions? b.penn@usask.ca