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Research scientists eye funding for funds

Friday 18 Jan 13 9:00am

Scientists involved in research to reduce biological carbon emissions are being offered funding to help them to apply for funding.

New Zealand scientists working on carbon-reducing programmes with their Australian counterparts are eligible to apply for funding from Australia’s $200 million Filling the Research Gap scheme, which is part of that country’s Carbon Farming Futures programme.

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