At the Aurora Research Institute, one of our goals is to build connections between the public and researchers. One way we do this is by producing resources:
The Compendium of Research is our annual summary of research licences/permits that were issued in the territory. This resource allows readers to stay up-to-date on what research is currently being carried out in NWT communities.
Our Publications and Reports introduce readers to research projects in greater detail, present the results and discuss the importance of past or ongoing projects. Here, readers can see firsthand how research in the north is making important discoveries and providing valuable scientific data.
The Aurora Research Institute Library (housed at the Western Arctic Research Centre) was built to preserve rare and important government reports, reference materials, and publications in the physical, biological and social sciences from the past four decades. This public resource makes important scientific and historical information available to communities and researchers.