Canadian Center of Science and Education Explains the Importance of Research Partnerships

Research collaborations are common occurrences in the scholarly world. From sharing facilities to pairing up faculty members and students to tackle large problems together, research initiatives that incorporate the expertise of individuals from more than one facility can improve the effectiveness of an initiative. “The Guardian” has announced a new collaboration between researchers from Bristol and Kyoto University. Canadian Center of Science and Education applauds the efforts of these researchers and encourages educational organizations to foster such partnerships in an effort to improve their research programs.

According to the article, “Both the developed and developing worlds are facing daunting [challenges], ones that require dauntingly big ideas and thoughtful analysis to be successfully addressed. University staff and students, working with societal partners (government, the public, industry) will be at the heart of successfully tackling these issues, whether natural hazards, the way to healthy living and ageing, food, water and energy security, urbanisation or living with climate change.” The article goes on to explain that, while all countries face such challenges, Japan and Britain have many of these obstacles in common. As island nations with limited natural resources and ageing populations, these two countries are natural partners on research endeavors.

But these are not the only countries that could do well by working together. In fact, there is an endless list of possible collaborations that would benefit diverse subject areas. For this reason, many researchers are being encouraged to partner with scholars from other countries to approach their problems from a fresh perspective.

“The international research scene needs more collaboration between different countries,” comments a representative from Canadian Center of Science and Education. “We have started our initiative to plan such studies, to provide books to research-based libraries in developing companies, and to assist these organizations in implementing their research plans and, ultimately, reaching their goals regarding field-specific discoveries.”

Canadian Center of Science and Education fully supports international collaborations for research initiatives. The organization encourages researchers to think about how a partnership with individuals from a different country might benefit their research efforts and allow them to achieve a great deal more than they might if they tackle their endeavor on their own.

ABOUT:

The Canadian Center of Science and Education is an organization whose mission is to support a positive learning and research environment by awarding funding to research endeavors in a variety of fields. Moreover, the Canadian Center of Science and Education publishes an eclectic catalogue of scholarly journals, and in doing so encourages the sharing of information between professionals and scholars in a variety of subject areas. This also allows the organization to enhance the information that researchers have to reference. The Canadian Center of Science and Education places a great deal of value on scientific integrity, academic excellence, and respect and equity in the workplace and is committed to supporting the research initiatives and other endeavors that uphold these values.

Membership

The Canadian Center of Science and Education (CCSE) supports education, research, and academic publishing. The CCSE also participates with other educational, research, and academic publishing groups, including the Canadian Association of Learned Journals (CALJ), the Canadian Association for University Continuing Education (CAUCE), the Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (CFEE), and the Publishers International Linking Association (CrossRef).
The CALJ represents, develops, and supports the academic community of Canadian journals by disseminating original research and scholarly information through interaction with government agencies, the research community, and other partners.
The CAUCE is an association of deans, directors, senior administrative personnel, and practitioners whose careers are in Canadian university continuing education.
The CFEE was established in 1974 as a nationwide, non-profit, non-partisan organization. It works to promote and assist the enhanced economic capability of Canadians so that they may make economic decisions with competence and confidence.
CrossRef is an independent membership association founded and directed by publishers. Its mandate is to connect users to primary research content by enabling publishers to work collectively. CrossRef is also the official DOI link registration agency for scholarly and professional publications.

Association Membership
Canadian Association of Learned Journals Institutional Member
Canadian Association for University Continuing Education Affiliate Member
Canadian Foundation for Economic Education Member
The Publishers International Linking Association (CrossRef) Member

Canadian Center of Science and Education (CCSE)

The Canadian Center of Science and Education (CCSE) is an independent organization delivering support and services to educators and researchers in Canada and around the world.

The Canadian Center of Science and Education was established in 2006. In partnership with research institutions, community organizations, enterprises, and foundations, CCSE provides a variety of programs to support and promote education and research development, including educational programs for students, financial support for researchers, international education projects, and scientific publications.

CCSE publishes scholarly journals in a wide range of academic fields, including the social sciences, the humanities, the natural sciences, the biological and medical sciences, education, economics, and management. These journals deliver original, peer-reviewed research from international scholars to a worldwide audience. All our journals are available in electronic form in conjunction with their print editions. All journals are available for free download online.

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