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CIFAR Research Workshops: Call for Proposals

For more than three decades, CIFAR’s global research programs have connected many of the world’s best minds – across borders...

Recommended | Learning in Machines & Brains

The New York Times: The Man Who Helped Turn Toronto Into a High-Tech Hotbed

“Canada beckoned with a research position at the Canadian Institute For Advanced Research. He moved to Toronto and eventually set...

News | Child & Brain Development | Learning in Machines & Brains

Forgetting can make you smarter

For most people having a good memory means being able to remember more information clearly for long periods of time....

Symposium Debrief | Child & Brain Development | Social Interactions, Identity & Well Being

Workshop Brief: Building Neighbourhoods That Thrive

IMPROVING NEIGHBOURHOOD SETTINGS TO PROMOTE CHILD AND FAMILY WELL-BEING On March 9, 2017, CIFAR, in partnership with the Toronto Child...

Research Brief | Genetic Networks

A Global Genetic Network Charts the Functional Map of a Cell

A genetic map of a cell begins to explain how genes work together to coordinate cellular life. FOCUS OF STUDY...

Reach Magazine

Reach Spring 2017

Our new issue features articles on  IN CONVERSATION The rise of the populist right CIFAR fellows discuss the implications of...

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