Research Infrastructure Policy and Priorities in Australia. David de Carvalho Head of Higher Education Group 5 November 2013. Research funding snapshot. GERD = 2.2% of GDP in 2008 $ 9.1 b (€6.1 b) in 2011-12 R&D Tax concessions = 22% University research = 20% ARC and NHMRC = 20%
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Research Infrastructure Policy and Priorities in Australia
David de Carvalho
Head of Higher Education Group
5 November 2013
Research funding snapshot
Other agencies = 20%
2011 Strategic Roadmap for Australian Research Infrastructure
Identified priority research infrastructure areas for next 5-10 years;
Source: 2012 National Research Investment Plan p 74.
The National Research Investment Plan recognises that things don’t stand still.
“Research infrastructure is evolving into global networks that underpin multidisciplinary research.
The increasing complexity and cost of construction and operation of major research infrastructure will continue to be more than a single nation can manage.
The ability to share research infrastructure development and to access international facilities will be critical.”
The Australia-European Union Workshop on Research Infrastructure will focus on;
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