Meet and Greet Reception at the Saskatchewan Legislature

The Fedoruk Centre will host a reception for MLAs and other government officials to meet Fedoruk Centre management, supported researchers and other stakeholders at the Legislature on Tuesday, May 12, 2015 from 5 to 6:30 p.m.

  • Increase awareness of the Fedoruk Centre and its activities with provincial decision-makers: the Fedoruk Centre exists to be a resource on nuclear topics.
  • Provide opportunity for provincial decision-makers to meet researchers and industrial partners of Fedoruk Centre projects and hear about some of their research impacts
KEY MESSAGES (Fedoruk Centre)
  • The Fedoruk Centre is Saskatchewan’s capacity in nuclear research, development and training, enhancing innovation in the nuclear sector, and engaging with the community as a source of expertise on nuclear issues.
  • The Fedoruk Centre is here to be a resource on nuclear topics for decision-makers
  • Research supported by the Fedoruk Centre is making impacts: generating new knowledge, training highly qualified people, and connecting Saskatchewan with the national and international nuclear research community.
  • The Fedoruk Centre is working to be a source of fact-based information on nuclear topics for Saskatchewan people.

5:00 Guests arrive, registration (Legislature Room 218), Reception begins
5:30 Program:
-          Introductory remarks (Neil Alexander)
-          Research Impact: Detectors (Zisis Papandreou) (2 min)
-          Research Impact: Nuclear Medicine (Ron Geyer) (2 min)
-          Research Impact: Greenhouse Gases (Cam McNaughton) (2 min)
-          Research opportunity: Public Policy (Jeremy Rayner) (2 min)
5:45    Reception continues

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