Kinnock on research

April 1991
New Scientist;4/20/91, Vol. 130 Issue 1765, p19
Reports on Neil Kinnock's disclosure of the Labour Party's science plans in a speech in Birmingham, England. Encouraging research by industry in Great Britain through a system of tax credits; Establishment of Technology Trusts to support research by small companies; Funding of research in higher education; Kinnock's accusations against the British government for neglecting the field of science.


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