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A step closer to predator free
A step closer to predator free

13 March 2019 - News items

The most ambitious multi-species eradication ever attempted is a step closer to reality, thanks to underpinning research assisted…

Lab in a box
Te Kura o te Kauri gets the green light

13 March 2019 - News items

BioHeritage project leader Dr Monica Gerth (Victoria University of Wellington) says she’s excited and completely overwhelmed to finally…

Julia Schmack
Is “Predator free” missing a predator?

13 March 2019 - News items

While the rest of the country is on a mission to eradicate fluffy, four-legged predators, Julia Schmack is…

Habitat-forming organisms
Habitat-forming organisms key to ecological ‘tipping points’

13 March 2019 - News items

Freshwater experts have found that habitat-forming organisms, such as aquatic plants in lowland lakes, are key to the…

BioHeritage student success
BioHeritage student success

13 March 2019 - News items

A former BioHeritage student has secured himself a job in a specialist kauri dieback team within the Northland…

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.…

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.…

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…

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.…

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…


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