[LINK] Einstein's fridge an example for NICTA?
jwhit at melbpc.org.au
Tue Dec 12 10:11:14 AEDT 2006
At 08:42 AM 12/12/2006, Karl Auer wrote:
> > Question: since there is only so much money to go around, is there
> > any evidence to support the idea that the moneys that used to be put
> > into the competitive pure/applied research that was unaligned with
> > commercial interests into subsidies in the private sector?
>Your question appears to be missing some vital organs. Can you rephrase?
The main point of my question was to ask if the Howard government has
taken a limited pot of money and shifted it to companies to allow
companies to shift their own funds into research that is not 'owned'
or 'exploitable' on behalf of the public were the tax funds given to
public research groups (universities, CSIRO) to do invest in
scientific work, not technology work. Does that make it clearer?
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