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CRC leader resigns after decade as advocate for industry research

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Peacock has ‘cemented CRCs as a vital link between business and public research organisations’

Tony Peacock, one of Australia’s leading research administrators, is stepping down as chief executive of the Cooperative Research Centres Association after 10 years in the role.

He announced his resignation on 7 July and will work part-time for the CRC Association in Canberra until the next chief executive is appointed.

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