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NZ tech gives better disaster warnings
A newly released New Zealand-made product is set to give both homes and offices improved alerts and information about emergencies.
KiwiNet and Callaghan drive Kiwi innovation
Partnership aimed at turning more clever ideas and research discoveries into new products and services through out New Zealand.
KiwiNet receives $7.5m research boost
Discoveries from New Zealand’s publicly funded research will be turned into commercial reality under a new allocation of government investment.
Govt offers $130m boost for Kiwi start-ups
Budget 2013 is investing nearly $130 million into Callaghan Innovation to encourage businesses to invest more in research and development, and to support new start-ups.
Callaghan Innovation appoints CEO all the way from Alaska
Dr Mary Quin appointed as the inaugural CEO of Callaghan Innovation.
Callaghan Innovation to grow high value manufacturing sector
Accelerating successful commercialisation of innovation in New Zealand firms is the yardstick by which Callaghan Innovation will be measured.
Callaghan Innovation opens for business
"Callaghan Innovation will accelerate the commercialisation of New Zealand innovation," says Science and Innovation minister Steven Joyce.
Shaun Coffey thanked for IRL transformation
Outgoing CEO praised for turning the Crown Research Institute into a national asset that will be the crown jewel of Callaghan Innovation.
Joyce praises Callaghan board
After Steven Joyce announced an eight-member board to lead Callaghan Innovation earlier this week, the Science and Innovation minister gave his thoughts on the members.
Coffey congratulates Callaghan Innovation directors
The retiring CEO of Industrial Research Ltd (IRL) congratulates the newly-announced directors of Callaghan Innovation on their appointments.
Govt appoints Callaghan board members
Government recruits Navman founder Sir Peter Maire and Wynyard CEO Craig Richardson to the board.