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Canada at 150

The Canadian Research Landscape

This report uses quantitative analysis of research output and impact to explore the rich scientific legacy of Canada and opportunities for the future.

For this year’s sesquicentennial anniversary of Canada, a report from Clarivate Analytics examines highlights of Canadian research, both current and historical.
Citation statistics from the Web of Science track the ongoing influence of Banting and Macleod’s Nobel Prize-winning work on insulin in the 1920s, and McCulloch and Till’s groundbreaking research on stem cells in the 1960s. Analysis also focuses on Canada’s recent research in those areas, examining highly cited institutions as well as the nation’s overall impact. Throughout the report, interviews with Canadian experts add dimension to the country’s current course and future prospects in research.

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