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  • Minister Joyce announces increase of $56.8m in contestable science funding

    Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce today announced that Government will increase its investment in contestable science with $56.8 million of operating funding over three years.

  • Global partnership for MBIE funded research

    A Government-funded research project has signed a partnership agreement with GE Healthcare, the world’s largest medical technology company, to work together on a ground-breaking medical imaging product.

  • Govt invests $2.4 million in Māori-led research & innovation

    Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce has announced the results of the Te Pūnaha Hihiko Vision Mātauranga Capability Fund 2013 investment round. Eighteen programmes will receive over $2.4 million in funding.

  • Change signalled for the 2014 Contestable Science Investment Round

    The MBIE Science, Skills and Innovation group has announced preliminary information on how the 2014 Contestable Science Investment Round will be run, including a key change from the 2013 Round.

  • 2013 Science Investment Round results

    The Government will invest $278 million in 51 research programmes.  The new research contracts will take effect from 1 October this year and will run for between one and seven years.

  • Marsden Fund Council vacancy

    An eminent scientist is sought to fill a vacancy on the Marsden Fund Council and to convene the funding panel in their academic area. The position convenes the Biomedical panel.

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