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The evolution of science: Where is New Zealand going?

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Public lecture by Professor Sir Peter Gluckman, Prime Minister's Chief Science Adviser.

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The evolution of science: Where is New Zealand going?

Science has been inadequately recognised as a key part of a New Zealand's toolkit for improving its economic health, its relevance to the world, its social development and for protecting our environment. NZ faces real challenges to improve its relative position. The contribution of pastoral emissions to climate change is a particular challenge. There are several parallel initiatives underway which reflect a significant reconsideration of the role science can play in dealing with the multiple challenges NZ faces including relatively low productivity. These include a definition of strategic priorities for the RS&T system, a review of CRIs, and consideration of how to improve public private sector relationships in science and address the low investment in R&D by the private sector. Issues of international relationships in science, workforce development and infrastructure need to be addresse

37 MIN2009 NOV 25
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The evolution of science: Where is New Zealand going?

Science has been inadequately recognised as a key part of a New Zealand's toolkit for improving its economic health, its relevance to the world, its social development and for protecting our environment. NZ faces real challenges to improve its relative position. The contribution of pastoral emissions to climate change is a particular challenge. There are several parallel initiatives underway which reflect a significant reconsideration of the role science can play in dealing with the multiple challenges NZ faces including relatively low productivity. These include a definition of strategic priorities for the RS&T system, a review of CRIs, and consideration of how to improve public private sector relationships in science and address the low investment in R&D by the private sector. Issues of international relationships in science, workforce development and infrastructure need to be addresse

37 MIN2009 NOV 25
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