Dud deals for science will topple “house of cards”

Monday, 08 May, 2006


A University of Queensland team has challenged the nation's corporate and political leaders to urgently boost investment in science and technology.

The experts warn that the alternative to greater investment is the collapse of the "house of cards".

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