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Tech research boss says Govt should focus on potential, not strengths MP3

The director of industry and skills transformation at Australia's largest technology research operation, Simon Kaplan, says that he applauds the Government's focus on science and technology, though he is concerned that it is concentrating on the existing strengths in our economy rather than on the future potential. Source: abc.net.au

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