You don’t get if you don’t ask

The Australian Academy of the Humanities urges researchers to make themselves heard on what National Research Infrastructure the feds should fund through to 2028-29

A  survey is open until Wednesday.

There are hints for humanities researchers who have access to big-ticket kit in mind in what Education Minister Alan Tudge says the government wants infrastructure to support, “our research commercialisation agenda by identifying areas of opportunity at all stages of the research pipeline, (CMM June 21).

Humanities lobbies are chronically cross at the way their research is often ignored in the allocation of infrastructure (generally computing power), (CMM May 17 2018, August 15 2019)