The Fellowship has been awarded to Isha Berry, who is completing a PhD in epidemiology at the University of Toronto. The Fellowship will support her research on Live poultry exposure in urban Bangladesh: Evaluating poultry purchasing and contact patterns to identify avenues of avian influenza transmission in the general urban population.
Winner of the 2018 Bentley Research Fellowship announced
IDRC announces the 2018 winner of the prestigious Bentley Research Fellowship.
Why IDRC won’t rush its open data policy
Naser Faruqui argues the timing is not yet right for IDRC to pursue a mandatory open data policy.View moreWhy IDRC won’t rush its open data policy
Supporting the next generation of think tank leaders
Engaging young leaders is important for their own growth, and for richer discussion and collaboration.View moreSupporting the next generation of think tank leaders
Excitement, concern, and hope for AI in the Global South
Artificial intelligence is a double-edged sword — its benefits and pitfalls need to be balanced.View moreExcitement, concern, and hope for AI in the Global South
Reclaiming the right to privacy: an opportunity to challenge gender inequality
Is data use and collection gender neutral, or can it reinforce existing inequalities and biases?View moreReclaiming the right to privacy: an opportunity to challenge gender inequality
Meridiam and IDRC announce training and research program in renewable energies
New program will train approximately 200 technicians and electricians working in the electricity sector in Senegal.View moreMeridiam and IDRC announce training and research program in renewable energies
AIMS launches publications celebrating African women climate scientists
View moreAIMS launches publications celebrating African women climate scientists