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Set clear R&D targets, South Australia told


Productivity commission recommends targeted government spending to boost collaboration and commercialisation

South Australia needs to build government research capacity, provide open access to its data and leverage government procurement to address stagnation in the state’s R&D, a report from the South Australian Productivity Commission has said.

The South Australian government has responded by promising to expand the role of the state’s chief scientist and to set up an advisory body to monitor progress.

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