Ford Motor Co. will give up to C$200,000 ($135,410) to Canadian researchers to study the effects of accidents and safety restraint systems on young children. The money, renewable every year over the next three years, will support 15 researchers working to find ways to prevent childhood injury and death in auto accidents. “Our studies are strengthened by Ford’s assistance,” says Dr. Andrew Howard, of the University of Toronto and The Hospital for Sick Children. “By involving those who ...
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