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A disciplined investor will have a pipeline of ideas says Tony Morgan. Your actual portfolio should be a tight set, but your pipeline is the sandbox where you test and track your potential next additions
4th Dec 21, 9:25am
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A disciplined investor will have a pipeline of ideas says Tony Morgan. Your actual portfolio should be a tight set, but your pipeline is the sandbox where you test and track your potential next additions
Tony Morgan lays out how and why he broke his diversification rule, and why this is only ever going to be a wise exception for those who find a unique gem after intense research
26th Nov 21, 11:40am
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Tony Morgan lays out how and why he broke his diversification rule, and why this is only ever going to be a wise exception for those who find a unique gem after intense research
Government-funded research makes case for why a vaccination rate of above 90% and other public health measures are needed to prevent thousands of deaths
23rd Sep 21, 1:15pm
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Government-funded research makes case for why a vaccination rate of above 90% and other public health measures are needed to prevent thousands of deaths
Angus Kebbell talks with Rachael Halder about how one key project in the Aparima River basin is engaging all 600+ farms so that through modelling and monitoring, the actions of every farm plan will be linked to water quality outcomes
5th Jul 21, 9:12am
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Angus Kebbell talks with Rachael Halder about how one key project in the Aparima River basin is engaging all 600+ farms so that through modelling and monitoring, the actions of every farm plan will be linked to water quality outcomes
Election 2020 - Party Policies - Science and Research
25th Jul 20, 5:56am
Election 2020 - Party Policies - Science and Research
Massey University's Teo Susnjak on how Covid-19 broke machine learning, extreme data patterns, wealth and income inequality, bots and propaganda and being primed to believe bad predictions
5th Jun 20, 10:00am
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Massey University's Teo Susnjak on how Covid-19 broke machine learning, extreme data patterns, wealth and income inequality, bots and propaganda and being primed to believe bad predictions
Motu researchers on bookshops keeping close from a distance, cows and their unique moos, the best pandemic books, the gift of Fitbit data and how civic technology can help stop the pandemic
27th Mar 20, 10:00am
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Motu researchers on bookshops keeping close from a distance, cows and their unique moos, the best pandemic books, the gift of Fitbit data and how civic technology can help stop the pandemic
Motu researchers on the implications of domestic food waste, using maths to improve espresso, how co-workers respond to employees taking parental leave, why certain scents are important to preserve, and are pop lyrics more repetitive now?
31st Jan 20, 10:00am
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Motu researchers on the implications of domestic food waste, using maths to improve espresso, how co-workers respond to employees taking parental leave, why certain scents are important to preserve, and are pop lyrics more repetitive now?
Motu researchers on rogue state USA, the use of antidepressants, gerrymandering in social networks, painting cows, and the history of philosophy in one graphic…
15th Nov 19, 10:00am
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Motu researchers on rogue state USA, the use of antidepressants, gerrymandering in social networks, painting cows, and the history of philosophy in one graphic…
Motu researchers on super-cooled livers, climate change and health, infostorms and fake news, vampire brain cancers and lesser know consequences of global deforestation
20th Sep 19, 10:00am
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Motu researchers on super-cooled livers, climate change and health, infostorms and fake news, vampire brain cancers and lesser know consequences of global deforestation
Motu researchers on a forest-eating coalmine, cheating on exams, scootering drunk or stoned, treating cannabis addiction, and the best sort of team for initiating new ideas…
19th Jul 19, 10:00am
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Motu researchers on a forest-eating coalmine, cheating on exams, scootering drunk or stoned, treating cannabis addiction, and the best sort of team for initiating new ideas…
Despite expectations of an environmental and biosecurity reset, Budget 2018 was a boring-as-usual effort offering little new direction for the rural community
18th May 18, 8:56am
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Despite expectations of an environmental and biosecurity reset, Budget 2018 was a boring-as-usual effort offering little new direction for the rural community
More than four of five research proposals miss out on the annual $48 mln funding round for science research in the five year Endeavour program. Winners feature world-class proposals
3rd Oct 17, 9:07am
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More than four of five research proposals miss out on the annual $48 mln funding round for science research in the five year Endeavour program. Winners feature world-class proposals
Election 2017 - Party Policies - Science and Research
27th May 17, 9:13am
by Julia Wiener
Election 2017 - Party Policies - Science and Research
Patrick Watson asks whether the internet, whose transparency was supposed to empower consumers, is doing the opposite
27th Apr 17, 11:54am
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Patrick Watson asks whether the internet, whose transparency was supposed to empower consumers, is doing the opposite
New research indicates 484,000 people plan to get involved in the housing market in the next 12 months - with most would-be buyers
28th Sep 16, 3:00pm
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New research indicates 484,000 people plan to get involved in the housing market in the next 12 months - with most would-be buyers
NZ Initiative's Eric Crampton says the country has much work to do in restoring housing affordability, but the broad social trends are positive
22nd Feb 16, 9:11am
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NZ Initiative's Eric Crampton says the country has much work to do in restoring housing affordability, but the broad social trends are positive
NZ Initiative's Eric Crampton says the tension between targeting benefits to those in most need and encouraging strong families is a real one
21st Dec 15, 9:09am
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NZ Initiative's Eric Crampton says the tension between targeting benefits to those in most need and encouraging strong families is a real one
Insurance sector warns most NZers will be seriously strapped for cash if they get too sick to work; financial literacy expert says insurers should swap 'product-based' approach for 'needs-based' approach
17th Nov 15, 5:16pm
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Insurance sector warns most NZers will be seriously strapped for cash if they get too sick to work; financial literacy expert says insurers should swap 'product-based' approach for 'needs-based' approach
NZ Initiative's Eric Crampton says New Zealand should follow the US example of making public data widely available
9th Nov 15, 10:35am
NZ Initiative's Eric Crampton says New Zealand should follow the US example of making public data widely available
The NZ Initiative's Khyaati Acharya says there is a strong case for applying the trial-and-error approach of the science lab to policy change
2nd Nov 15, 10:28am
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The NZ Initiative's Khyaati Acharya says there is a strong case for applying the trial-and-error approach of the science lab to policy change
Jenée Tibshraeny on how the clash of political, corporate and scientific interests isn't getting us anywhere on the fat tax debate
10th Jul 15, 2:03pm
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Jenée Tibshraeny on how the clash of political, corporate and scientific interests isn't getting us anywhere on the fat tax debate
Funding for some major agricultural research insitutes at serious risk; farmers nervous over loss of capability
13th Mar 14, 10:26am
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Funding for some major agricultural research insitutes at serious risk; farmers nervous over loss of capability
New Zealand announces NZ$1.4 mln funding for joint NZ-Chinese research projects
14th Nov 13, 9:00pm
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New Zealand announces NZ$1.4 mln funding for joint NZ-Chinese research projects