International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Technology

International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Technology


International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Technology
International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Technology
Vol. 5, Issue 2 (2021)

Science as human curiosity


Tupvihire Arun Vishnu

It turns out that the feminist slogan the personal is political is relevant to science as well. For decades, the membership card in the club of Canadian scientists was the NSERC discovery grant. The purpose of the grant was to give every working scientist basic funding to do their research. In recent years, two changes have been made to this paradigm. First, as detailed in a new book by Chris Turner, the federal government has declared an outright war on science, cutting funding for basic research and redirecting it to business-friendly projects. Second, NSERC has moved to a model of rewarding “excellence,” which in fact has nothing to do with excellence but means concentrating funding with smaller numbers of researchers while leaving many researchers with nothing.
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Tupvihire Arun Vishnu. Science as human curiosity. International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Technology, Volume 5, Issue 2, 2021, Pages 23-24
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