Discover Bioengineering
Finding SOLUTIONS for LIFE on a small PLANET
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Vancouver 2019
Be part of the CSBE/SCGAB AGM and Technical Conference held in Beautiful Vancouver from 14 to 17 July 2019
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John Ogilvie Research Innovation Award
The highest award made by the Society for “research innovation” is coming for 2019.
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CSBE/SCGAB provides key platforms for the compilation of knowledge and the dissemination of technology.
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Message from President Danny Mann

Monday, March 18, 2019

The weather is finally changing, and spring may actually be around the corner! We often equate the season of spring with new beginnings. I would like to use this occasion of spring to ponder new ideas for the Canadian Society for Bioengineering. As Council, we continue to hold regular meetings at which we discuss items of business that address issues of concern to our technical society. Over the past number of months, we have achieved a number of new initiatives such as the John Ogilvie Research Innovation Award, Associate Member category of membership, the establishment of an expertise database on our webpage, and the establishment of a remuneration policy for tasks associated with publication of papers in our Canadian Biosystems Engineering journal. These are good accomplishments, but I still wonder whether we are doing what we need to be doing to be relevant to today’s engineering professional.

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