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  1. Public Science and its Output: First Evidence from the California Institute of Technology.
    A Free Public Seminar presented by the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia (IPRIA) in conjunction with the University of Melbourne EU Centre on Shared Complex Challenges.
    By Jacques Mairesse, Professor of Applied Econometrics of Research, Innovation and Productivity
    Maastricht University.
    Excluding Q&A

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  2. Public Science and its Output: First Evidence from the California Institute of Technology. Including Q&A
    by Jacques Mairesse, Professor of Applied Econometrics of Research, Innovation and Productivity, Maastricht University. See ipria.org/events/seminar/2014/Jacques_Mairesse/Public_Funding_in_Science.html
    A Free Public Seminar presented by the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia (IPRIA) in conjunction with the University of Melbourne EU Centre on Shared Complex Challenges.

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  3. Dr Martin Leary, Senior Lecturer, School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, RMIT University.
    IPRIA public seminar on 3D Printing and Additive Manufacture: Myths, Facts and the Future. October 2013.
    ipria.org/events/seminar/2013/3D_Printing/3d_Printing.html

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  4. Greg Munt, Principal, Patent Attorney at Griffith Hack.
    3D Printing and Additive Manufacture: Myths, Facts and the Future.
    IPRIA Public Seminar, Oct 2013.

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  5. How much does a nation spend on science? What kind of science? How much from private versus public funding? These are all questions being explored by policymakers around the world as part of the increasing interests in the ‘science of science and innovation policy’.

    During his recent visit to Australia, Professor Richard Freeman from Harvard University sat down with Professor Paul Jensen from the Melbourne Institute at the University of Melbourne to explore this topic of science and innovation policy.

    Professor Freeman is the Herbert Ascherman Chair of Economics at Harvard, an expert in science policy and is considered one of the most important social scientists in the post-war period.

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