Science and innovation research and data
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The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) is a founding signatory to the Algorithm charter for Aotearoa New Zealand and is committed to applying its principles in our use of algorithms.
The Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC) is a set of three related classifications - Type of Activity (ToA), Fields of Research (FoR) and Socio-Economic Objective (SEO).
To support researchers and future funding applicants better understand the New Zealand research landscape we release Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC) data relating to successful funding applications. Currently this information is limited to Endeavour Fund successful applications only.
Kitmap — A Stocktake of Research Infrastructure in Aotearoa New Zealand’s Government Research Organisations
This report shares analysis of our current research infrastructure holdings, the types of research and capabilities they enable, and the ways they are accessed and used. It also aims to increase understanding of our broader research infrastructure portfolio.
The New Zealand Research Information System will be a national, online hub of information about the research, science and innovation sector.
Jointly with the Treasury, we concluded a review into open access weather data in October 2018.
We use ORCID iDs as unique identifiers for research funding to accurately link research publications, data and other research activities to researchers.
Information and data about research, science and innovation.
MBIE conducted 2 surveys to collect information about our RSI workforce. The surveys were designed to better understand the demographic characteristics, skills and workplace practices of people who contribute to our RSI system as well as the challenges they face.