Stuff’s National Portrait of Juliet Gerrard

The News website Stuff featured Professor Juliet Gerrard in their National Portrait Series. The article by Nikki Macdonald covered some of Juliet’s work as a “builder of molecular lego” and canvassed her opinions on her current role as the Prime...

Antimicrobial resistance

Antimicrobial resistance is an international problem recognised by the World Health Organisation and the World Bank. Aotearoa, New Zealand has high antimicrobial use in humans compared with other developed countries, increasing our risk profile…

Science education should be fun.

The education Gazette interviewed The Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor about her thoughts on science education. She wants science education to be inclusive “and go beyond the traditional sources of received wisdom. Science is also fun, and learning...

12 Questions with Juliet

The New Zealand Herald runs a “12 Questions with” feature, and their 9th of October edition featured Juliet answering questions about her role, her science background, and the opportunities for leadership as the Prime Minister’s Chief Science...