Our client Cawthron Institute featured on 1 News in a story about just one of the ways it does clever business in the Nelson Tasman region. The government has announced new tax incentives for R&D in the Science and Innovation sectors, and Cawthron’s client Supreme Health is being used as an example of the value of investing in an area that has been historically underfunded. Cawthron is supporting the biotech company Supreme Health to grow a strain of micro algae that contains the antioxidant astaxanthin for use in natural health products, which is fast becoming a burgeoning multibillion-dollar industry. Click here to watch the full clip.