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Physicist Rod Badcock was a winner at this year's KiwiNet awards. (Image: KiwiNet Awards)
Greg Hurrell
Physicist Rod Badcock’s staff and students keep leaving him for what they hope are greener pastures, but he’s not complaining.The deputy director of Robinson Research Institute at Victoria University of Wellington won the BNZ Researcher Entrepreneur award at the 11th annual KiwiNet awards on Sept 28. The award goes to an "experienced entrepreneurial researcher who has made outstanding contributions to research commercialisation impact". That description seems particularly apt for Badcock. 'Laser foc...

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