Science Funding Attracts a Crowd

March 2014
Australasian Science;Mar2014, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p29
The article reports on the growth of crowdfunded scientific research in Australia. It is said that as researchers communicate and engage with the public in exchange for their funds, the phenomenon has hit Australia at a time when government focus and funding is elsewhere. Alternative funding comes from philanthropic organizations or directly from industry and business.


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