The Postdoctoral Research Program (PRP) is a global and horizontal program that offers encouraging new scientists access to exclusive first-class facilities across Canada and the opportunity to work together with multi-disciplinary teams of professional researchers and technicians on projects of serious importance to Canada.
Natural Resources Canada, in partnership with Environment and Climate Change Canada, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Health Canada & Public Health Agency of Canada is seeking recent graduates in a field of natural sciences to become a part of the Postdoctoral Research Program.
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The Postdoctoral Research Program offers scientists, who have in recent times obtained a PhD degree in a field of natural sciences, the chance to work with research groups or leaders in Canadian government labs and research institutions situated all over Canada. In turn, the Government of Canada gains from new and developing talent.
Federal research scientists add to strategic decisions, regulations, policies, and programs by offering a sound scientific knowledge base by means of their research. Research scientists carry out their work in pursuance of departmental directives so as to attain definite outcomes and to conceptualize, identify, articulate and set in motion new outcomes in delivering programs, meeting the future requirements of the department.
Postdoctoral Research Program – Government of Canada is obtainable to undergo Postgraduate, Post Doctorate level programs at Canada Universities.