SNOLAB receives funding for research infrastructure
SNOLAB receives a three-year funding of $28.57 million for their research facility from the Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI) which will support the lab's operational needs.
“Today’s leading-edge research, particularly large-scale collaborative research projects, can be very expensive to undertake due to the extensive infrastructure needed and the indirect costs of maintaining facilities. The funding announced today is critical to ensuring that these prominent research centres can continue to operate and remain competitive, while providing opportunities for researchers at Queen’s and across Canada to continue their groundbreaking research.” —Daniel Woolf, Principal of Queen's University
For more information, please read the Queen's Gazette article.