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Ireland on Science

Ireland's new Minister for Enterprise, Jobs, and Innovation says that science will remain an integral part of the government's policy, though with a more commercial bend, reports Nature's The Great Beyond blog. "We will be looking afresh at science strategy in the context of a jobs program," said Richard Bruton, the new minister, at a press conference. Bruton added that research would still be an important aspect of the policy.

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