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Selected publications from Statistics Canada

Science Statistics
Federal Scientific Activities
Science and Technology Activities and Impacts: A Framework for a Statistical Information
Science, Innovation and Electronic Information Division Research Papers

Selected technical and analytical products from Statistics Canada

Diffusion of Biotechnologies in Canada: Results from the Survey of Biotechnology Use in Canadian Industries
Explaining Rapid Growth in Canadian Biotechnology Firms
Analysis of the Survey on Innovation, Advanced Technologies and Practices in the Construction and Related Industries, 1999
Capacity to Innovate, Innovation and Impact: The Canadian Engineering Services Industry
Patterns of Advanced Manufacturing Technology (AMT) Use in Canadian Manufacturing: 1998 AMT Survey Results

Selected CANSIM tables from Statistics Canada

Gross domestic expenditures on research and development, by science type and by funder and performer sector, annual
Business enterprise research and development (BERD) characteristics, by industry group based on the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS), annual

Selected surveys from Statistics Canada

Research and Development in Canadian Industry
Energy Research and Development Expenditures by Area of Technology
Health Research and Development Expenditures by Therapeutic Class

Selected summary tables from Statistics Canada

  1. Domestic spending on research and development (GERD), funding sector, by province
  2. Domestic spending on research and development (GERD), performing sector, by province
  3. Domestic spending on research and development (GERD)
  4. Research and development performed by the business enterprise sector