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Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce, who is currently accompanying the Prime Minister on an official visit to China, has announced two key initiatives that will strengthen science and innovation links between China and New Zealand.
Work from the second phase of the Pastoral 21 programme was showcased today at the Lincoln University Research Diary Farm.
The Government will invest $21 million over a maximum of seven years to support research that will benefit two of New Zealand’s primary industries.
Electrospinning technology developed with the help of MBIE funding wins NZ Engineering Excellence Award
Auckland company Revolution Fibres won the Manufacturing and Mechanical Category of the 2012 New Zealand Engineering Excellence (NZEE) Award last week for its new Komodo machinery.