Beaty Biodiversity Museum
Scientists study life’s diversity in order to understand common principles underlying the biology of all species, to understand how our ecosystems came to be and how they function, and to learn how to act sustainably. The Beaty Biodiversity Museum works to illuminate how biodiversity evolved, how it is maintained, why it matters to humans, and how we can conserve it.
The Canadian Institute for Advanced Research
Finding the root causes of human diseases. Developing technology to improve quality of life. Bridging the divide between rich and poor nations. Meeting our future energy needs. The toughest challenges facing humanity demand new ways of thinking. They also call for different kinds of thinkers – exceptional minds working together to gain insights that might otherwise remain undiscovered.