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Open Doors, Celebrating Research

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A trio of Carleton University graduate students showcased the range and impact of their research during a panel discussion at the launch of Open Doors, Open Knowledge, a national celebration of federal government support for research organized by Universities Canada.

The breakfast gathering at Carleton on Nov. 12, 2018 served as the kickoff for a weeklong series of university open houses across the country, when parliamentarians and other elected officials visit campuses to see first-hand the impact of investments in research.

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