[ASC-list] New link for the Science and the Media Report

Susannah Eliott SEliott at aussmc.org
Wed Jan 26 03:12:45 UTC 2011


Dear All,

 

I know that many of you have had trouble accessing the report of the
expert working group on science and the media because its location has
changed again on the DIISR website. Apologies for this. The link is now 

http://www.innovation.gov.au/Science/InspiringAustralia/Pages/default.as
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Due to these hiccups I have extended the deadline for feedback to Friday
28 January. Please send feedback directly to me.

 

Thanks for your patience!

Regards

Susannah

 

Dr Susannah Eliott

Chief Executive Officer

 

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