Carleton University’s focus on collaborative interdisciplinary research with social, environmental and economic impact is paying big dividends.
Research funding at Carleton has increased more sharply this year than at every other comprehensive and medical university in the country.
Sponsored research income from external sources at Carleton jumped to $70,298,000 in 2018 compared to $54,369,000 the previous year — a 29.3 per cent increase, according to the just-released annual rankings from Re$earch Infosource, one of Canada’s leading R&D analysis organizations.
In addition, Carleton’s corporate research income growth — research support from the private sector that is included in the sponsored research income total — was third among comprehensive universities in 2018.
To learn more read full article by Dan Rubinstein at the Carleton Newsroom