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|Title:||Effective research and development in the government sector.|
|Publisher:||Australian Atomic Energy Commission|
|Citation:||Smith, R. (1972). Effective research and development in the government sector. (AAEC/TM629). Keynote address to the AIM (Melbourne Branch) Residential Conference on "Effective Research and Development", Warburton, Victoria, August 10th and 11the 1972.|
|Abstract:||This report is a summary of the keynote address on "Effective Research and Development in the Government Sector" presented to the AIM (Melbourne Branch) Residential Conference on "Effective Research and Development" held at Warburton, Victoria on August 10th and 11th, 1972. The aims of the address were two-fold; first to give a perspective of applied R and D in the government sector in relation to the broad objectives of government research in Australia, and secondly to comment on the factors which need to be considered if applied R and D is to be effective in terms of objectives appropriate to government. In the remainder of the session, a number of case histories were considered and the arguments presented in this address provided a basis for comparison.|
|Gov't Doc #:||780|
|Appears in Collections:||Scientific and Technical Reports|
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