Knowledge Management at NRC
Since its establishment in 1916, the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) has played a number of roles for the Federal Government according to the priorities of the time. Research excellence has always been a primary focus. Until the 1980s, NRC’s research generally followed internally generated priorities and was seen as part of the `public good’. Research teams predominantly worked apart from industry although firms did come to NRC for expert advice and funding through the Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP).
KeywordsKnowledge Management Special Interest Group Domoic Acid Collaborative Technology Competitive Intelligence
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