Paul Dufour

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May 27, 2004

Paul Dufour has been appointed senior advisor for international science in the recently created office of the National Science Advisor in the Privy Council Office, for a one-year term. Dufour is a veteran of the federal science and technology community, most recently serving as a senior program specialist at the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), with responsibility for research on knowledge systems, genomics and ethics in the developing world, and the changing global environment for university research. Prior to that appointment he enjoyed at long career at Industry Canada and its predecessors, the Ministry of State for Science and Technology and Industry, Science and Technology Canada. Appointments included ministerial assistant to Dr Gilbert Normand, former secretary of state for science, research and development and director of international S&T….

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