Frise: Goal more jobs, not more research.
Auto21, a vital force in Canada’s auto industry, faces an uncertain future as its government funding – more than half of its total support – is set to run out in 2015. Auto21 brokers partnerships between university-level researchers and industry stakeholders to foster innovation. While private-sector contributions have totaled $44 million ($42.1 million) since the enterprise was established in 2001, some C$58 million ($56 million) has come from Canada’s federal ...
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