Knowledge shouldn't be buried under jargon. eParliament is a new Canadian movement to drive action in our society by making expert knowledge accessible to everyone. About us.

 The Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Canadian Minister of Science, and eParliament Director, Dr. Gianni M. Castiglione, discuss eParliament at the  9th Canadian Science Policy Conference  in Ottawa, Nov 2 2017.

The Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Canadian Minister of Science, and eParliament Director, Dr. Gianni M. Castiglione, discuss eParliament at the 9th Canadian Science Policy Conference in Ottawa, Nov 2 2017.

Help us share knowledge with the Public.

Experts can publish with eParliament in three open-access formats. Submit now.

Proposals: Define problems and identify promising opportunities for society.

Ideas: Inspire learning and curiosity by making peer-reviewed research accessible.
 

Written Three Minute Theses: Showcasing the awesome research being done by graduate students.

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Partners and Advisors

eParliament has partnered with the University of Alberta, Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research to create the Written Three Minute Thesis (W3MT)Find out more

We are working with Harvard Medical School Personal Genetics Education Project to increase public understanding of Personal Genetics.