Networks of Centres of Excellence of Canada
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Networks Of Centres Of Excellence

NCE networks are large-scale, academic-led virtual research centres that bring together multi-disciplinary partners from academia, industry, government and not-for-profit organizations. Networks perform R&D and “translation-commercialization” activities, and enable Canadian researchers and students to work with receptor communities to accelerate the creation and application of knowledge.


Allergy, Genes and Environment Network – AllerGen
McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario ($74,358,000 for 2004-19)

ArcticNet
Université Laval, Québec, Quebec ($113,208,000 for 2003-18)

AUTO21 Network of Centres of Excellence
University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario ($81,113,000 for 2001-15)

BioFuelNet
McGill University ($24,950,000 for 2012-17)

Canadian Stroke Network – CSN
University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario ($77,700,000 for 2000-15)

Canadian Water Network – CWN
University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario ($61,000,000 for 2001-15)

Carbon Management Canada – CMC-NCE
University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta ($20,799,314 for 2009-14)

Graphics, Animation and New Media Canada – GRAND
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia ($23,250,000 for 2009-14)

Marine Environmental, Observation, Prediction and Response Network – MEOPAR
Dalhousie University ($24,997,535 for 2012-17)

NeuroDevNet
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia ($19,572,000 for 2009-14)

Stem Cell Network – SCN
University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario ($82,819,000 for 2001-15)

Technology Evaluation in the Elderly Network – TVN
Queen’s University ($23,888,157 for 2012-17)