The NZ Relay range of services is provided by the Crown for people with communications disabilities. MBIE funds NZ Relay to provide equal work and lifestyle opportunities for those with speech, hearing and vision disabilities. These services assist people who are Deaf, hard of hearing, speech-impaired and deafblind to communicate with others over the phone, with the help of a relay assistant.
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The Budget 2023 funding package includes the Government’s largest ever capital investment in science infrastructure, support for New Zealand’s participation in the world’s largest research and innovation programme Horizon Europe, and funding to retain and develop more than 260 future leaders of research, science and innovation over the next 10 years.
The Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE), along with partner funding agencies from Japan, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines are participating in a call for proposals in the topic of ‘Alternative Energy’ through the e-ASIA Joint Research Programme.
As part of the global effort to combat climate change, New Zealand is participating in the MethaneSAT space mission. It’s New Zealand’s first government-funded space mission.
The Strategic Science Investment Fund (SSIF) supports strategic investment in research programmes and scientific infrastructure that have long-term beneficial impact on New Zealand’s health, economy, environment and society.
Government today announced a review into New Zealand’s national weather forecasting system, known as Project Hau Nuku.
Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research receives $17.4 million per year of Strategic Science Investment Fund (SSIF) funding for 2 science platforms - Land-based ecosystems and Enhancing land use.
We received 422 applications for research funding in the 2023 round of the Endeavour Fund. 68 were approved for funding.
GNS Science receives $29.6 million per year of Strategic Science Investment Fund (SSIF) funding for 3 science platforms – Geological resources, Geological processes and hazards, and Nuclear and isotope science.
Network operators in accordance with the Telecommunications Act 1987 and the Telecommunications Act 2001 are listed below in alphabetical order with their month of registration.