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Innovation foundation provides $50m for cyberinfrastructure

The Canada Foundation for Innovation has announced a $50-million initiative to improve cyberinfrastructure for researchers across the country.

The funding is intended to encourage researchers to work with each other and with their counterparts in data science, analytics and software development to “develop new ways to make sense of increasingly complex data sets”.

In addition to project grants, the funding will also be used to renew the national hub of advanced computing and data resources managed by Compute Canada, to ensure it continues to meet the needs of researchers.

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