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Year 11 and 12 students test out the MinION hand-held DNA sequencing device during Metagenomics Day.
DNA sequencing technology reaches out to students

5 February 2019 - News items

Cutting-edge technology is enabling scientists to identify what a wild rat had for dinner, which bacteria are living…

International collaboration to keep NZ pest-free
Keeping NZ pest-free

5 February 2019 - News items

An international working group might be the best way of tracking, understanding and predicting insect invasions.…

How many are too many snails?
How many are too many snails?

5 February 2019 - News items

Snails could stop freshwater invertebrate populations from recovering, even after the stream habitat has been restored.…

Science & research fundamental to biosecurity
Science & research fundamental to biosecurity

5 February 2019 - News items

Late last year, BioHeritage made two important connections in Tauranga – as part of our effort to create…

A one-stop-shop for farmers
A one-stop-shop for farmers

5 February 2019 - News items

A BioHeritage project has inspired the creation of what could be the ultimate biodiversity guide for farmers.…

Image - A. Airey
Statement-of-support guidelines for MBIE funding rounds

9 January 2019 - News items

How to request a statement of support for the 2019 MBIE funding rounds.…

Seed-bank
Seed-bank set to help revitalise Patuharakeke traditions

5 December 2018 - News items

A hapū (sub-tribe) near Whangārei is the latest recipient of a seed-bank courtesy of BioHeritage and Te Tira…

Puke
Understanding Māori values to guide forest management

5 December 2018 - News items

Understanding and balancing community values associated with managing a forest is a challenge facing a Māori group in…

Janice Lord
Scientists striving for easy-grow forests

5 December 2018 - News items

Researchers are developing a customised seed-mix that can be planted to grow large-scale forests of native vegetation as…

Bark Beetle
Predicting pests before they arrive

5 December 2018 - News items

A new tool that predicts which pest insects are likely to invade New Zealand will help us get…

Critical research to be accelerated

20 November 2018 - News items

We're focused on making significant and rapid progress to fight myrtle rust and kauri dieback following new funding.…

Dr Louise Weaver (ESR) and Joseph Thomas (Tasman District Council)
Cleaning up waterways – naturally

8 November 2018 - News items

The unsung heroes of our groundwater system – bacteria and tiny invertebrates – could hold the key to…


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