"Case Studies of Successful
Dr. A. J. Carty
President, National Research Council
Keynote Presentation at SCRO-CORS Annual Conference
Ottawa, May 27, 1997
In science and technology, Canadian industry, governments and
universites have established a good track record for productive
relationsships. Using several existing collaborative approaches as
concrete examples, Dr. Cary examines a number of variables, such as
roles and responsibilities of participants, mangaement structure,
methods of financing, treatment of IP, and measures of success, to
illustrate how a variety of different but successful collaborations
achieve their objectives.
Dr. Carty took office as President of the National Research Council of
Canada (NRC) in July 1994. Since then he has been promoting the vision
of NRC as a leader in the development of an innovative, knowledge-based
economy through science and technology. He is a chemist by training and
his research interests are in synthetic chemistry, metal clusters,
polynuclear activation of small molecules and new materials. Before
coming to NRC Dr. Carty was Dean of Research at the University of
Waterloo. He has also been CHairman of the Deapartment of Chemistry at
that University and Professor of Chemistry at Waterloo and at Memorial
University of Newfoundland. He is or has been a member of the boards of
many organizations. He is a member of the Royal Society of Canada.
National Research Council
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