The Taskforce says CRIs are critical for New Zealand’s progress, when science plays an ever increasing role in economic development.
Science New Zealand welcomes the remarks on science and innovation in the Prime Minister’s Opening Address to Parliament.
PM tells Parliament that RS&T is critical to New Zealand’s future wealth, and will receive priority funding in Budget 2010.
Dr Andrew West, Chief Executive of AgResearch Ltd, has announced his intention to resign his position effective 30 June after six years in the role.
Plant & Food Research and The University of Auckland Faculty of Science will host Dr Nina Fedoroff, Science & Technology Adviser to Hillary Clinton for a public lecture entitled "Rethinking agriculture in a changing climate"
Plant & Food Research scientist, Dr Brent Clothier, recognised as one of the five most powerful and influential New Zealanders for environmental issues in 2009.
Plant & Food Research scientist, Dr Mike Trought, has just been named by New Zealand Wine Grower as their 2009 New Zealand Wine Personality of the Year.
Clarity, simplicity, strategic context will boost ability to maximise value from New Zealand's science.
New Zealand Association of Scientists’ Awards for outstanding service to science, research and communicating science.
Dr Fred Davey, GNS Science, gets Marsden Medal for outstanding service to science, advancing knowledge of New Zealand and Antarctic geology and evolution.