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March 3, 2022
This is the March edition of the Research Nova Scotia Newsletter. Follow along for updates on current funding opportunities, upcoming events, award recipients, and researcher stories that highlight the exciting research taking place right here in Nova Scotia.
Funding Opportunities
  • The 2022 Legacy Research Grant is now open
  • Scotia Scholars Doctoral Awards & Scotia Scholars Master's Awards are now open 
Research Spotlight
  • New Episode of the Beyond Research Podcast: Making Food Secure
In the News
  • Analytics, Genetics Tech Chart New Direction for Aquaculture
  • Communicating Health Claims for Functional Foods 
  • Equity in Changes to Dementia Care in the Community during the First Wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic in High Income Countries: A Scoping Review
  • MSSU Studentship Awards are now open
  • Nova Scotia Health Innovation Showcase
Funding Opportunities
The 2022 Legacy Research Grant is now open
For more than 30 years, The Lung Association of Nova Scotia (LANS) has offered an annual Legacy Research Grant competition to support respiratory health-related research efforts in Nova Scotia. The aim of the Legacy Research Grant is to provide financial support for research projects that generate evidence, outcomes, and/or knowledge and its translation into improved respiratory health and health services for Nova Scotians.
 
LANS is continuing its partnership with Research Nova Scotia to offer this competition and is now accepting applications for the 2022 competition.
 
For information on eligibility and how to apply, click the button below.
Apply now
Scotia Scholars Doctoral Awards & Scotia Scholars Master's Awards are now open
Applications for the 2022-23 Scotia Scholar Doctoral Awards and the Scotia Scholars Master's Awards are open until April 22nd.
The 2022-23 Scotia Scholars Doctoral & Master's Awards provide financial support to students with exceptional potential who are, or who wish to be, engaged in a health research project at participating institutions. Recipients will participate on a project supported by a research supervisor. This award will support the growth, acquisition, and retention of highly skilled individuals who are advancing and translating knowledge in disease detection, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention, strengthening health care delivery systems, caring for vulnerable populations, and promoting better opportunities for future health and wellbeing.
Learn more
Research Spotlight

Episode 6, Beyond Research Podcast:
Making Food Secure.

Currently 4.4 million Canadians are living in food-insecure households and 1 in 6 households in Nova Scotia are food insecure. In this episode we hear from experts leading the way in research and response to food insecurity in Nova Scotia. Listen as we explore the concept of food security, the benefits of developing a food autonomy strategy, and research underway that can help us better understand and improve food security for all.

Follow Beyond Research on Instagram @beyondresearchpodcast & on Twitter @beyondrpodcast
Listen Now
Working Together
Over the last couple of years, RNS has pursued a mission-oriented research strategy to tackle big, complex challenges in Nova Scotia. This strategy starts with what we want to accomplish, and builds a research agenda and coalition of partners to help achieve these goals. By focusing on the goal, we can support many different types of ideas all seeking to find common ground: science and social science, fundamental and applied research can each play a role.
As a province, we face many grand challenges; equally, we are rich in resources, assets and expertise that can grab hold of opportunities. But we cannot do it alone: we need creative and collaborative partners, researchers, and uptake organizations who are willing to work together to find solutions.

Have an idea about how we could work together to support achieving one or more of our missions? Contact us
Our Strategy
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