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Science can influence policy and benefit the public – here’s how

eResearch / Network

May 28, 2015

Science can influence policy and benefit the public – here’s how

By Jeremy VanDerWal, James Cook University; April Reside, James Cook University; Ian Atkinson, James Cook University, and Stephen Williams, James Cook University We have all heard the calls to translate research into action, and have it influence policy and management. Each...

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