Margaret Dalziel, Conrad Professor and TEN Vice President for Research to Speak at the 13th Annual Research Money Conference.
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada – April 15, 2014 – The Conrad Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology Centre, a part of the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Waterloo,
developed to support, build upon, and expand Waterloo’s already-burgeoning culture of entrepreneurship, today announces that Margaret Dalziel, Associate Professor at the Conrad Centre, will be a panelist at the 13th Annual Research Money Conference entitled: Budget 2014: Re-Balancing Innovation Support Programs.
“The Research Money Conference is a great opportunity for catching up with Canada’s innovation policy crowd,” said Margaret Dalziel, Associate Professor, Conrad Centre. “I’m very much looking forward to getting the latest on government interventions and their effect on Canadian businesses.”
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