CRI research still relevant as Joyce puts funding under microscope

Paul McBeth
Thu, 08 Oct 2015

By Paul McBeth Oct. 8 (BusinessDesk) - Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce is happy with the close association the country's seven Crown Research Institute have with their specific industries, even as their funding comes under review in the National Statement on Science Investment. Joyce launched the national policy on how the government plans to invest in science, research and development this week, unveiling a raft of plans including a review of the CRI funding model that was introduced in July 2011. The CRIs will continue to c...

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