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Blog, Intellectual Property - Thursday, November 29, 2012 10:47 - 5 Comments
blog In what we’d have to say was one of the more curious funding decisions of the year, it appears as though Australia’s peak research agency the CSIRO has decided that the division which made it the most money over the past few years — the one which which made hundreds of millions of dollars suing many major global technology vendors over its patented wireless innovations — has too much fat and should be trimmed down to keep costs low. The Community and Public Sector Union, which has a strong presence at the CSIRO, issued this media release yesterday:
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- CSIRO still running Windows 98, NT
- XENON to upgrade CSIRO supercomputer cluster
- Is the CSIRO a patent troll? US debate turns feral
- Patently Australian: CSIRO settles suits over Wi-Fi
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