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Come on ATI, tell us what you’re thinking – please!

Come on ATI, tell us what you’re thinking – please!

By Peter Kerr for sticK

(sticK - 15 November 2012 ) Those of us who care about creating more national wealth through better commercialisation, innovation and implementation by leveraging our science capability really want to see the Advanced Technology Institute succeed.

The ATI will be, after all, an important stepping stone between research and the market.

It will have to have an NZ-centricness – simply attempting to copy other exemplar countries such as Taiwan, Singapore, Denmark or Switzerland will be doomed to failure.

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