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NZ moots ‘huge change’ in ‘once in career’ R&D funding reform

Image: New Zealand Labour Party [CC BY 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons

New model could involve baseline institutional funding and mission-led funding for national priorities

Science research funding in New Zealand may move to a different model under changes being considered by research and innovation minster Megan Woods.

At a 10 November webinar on a “green paper” by Woods (pictured) on science funding reform, her deputy, Paul Stocks, said New Zealand was an “outlier” globally in the way it provided full-cost funding for research activities.

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