‘What really counts in life is love’

By Rebecca Priestley In Books, Science

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At the New Zealand Association of Scientists conference in April, Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce peppered his speech with references to an entity he called Callaghan. It seems that in the year since Sir Paul Callaghan died, “Callaghan” has stopped meaning Paul and come to mean Callaghan Innovation, the science and innovation organisation named after him. Nice, then, to hear from Paul again. Luminous Moments is a digital compilation of seven of his speeches and essays, with a moving foreword by his daughter, Catherine Callaghan. But there are no speeches about economics ...

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