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A busy year with our interns and fellows

Kia ora koutou Amidst the noise and haste of supporting the COVID response and delivering our infectious disease and AMR project (more on this in the New Year), we have had a busy and exciting year behind the scenes with our interns and fellows – 13 projects across...

Rheumatic fever evidence review released

Our office has produced an evidence synthesis on rheumatic fever in Aotearoa New Zealand as part of our major project on infectious diseases and antimicrobial resistance.

Chief Science Advisors release statement ahead of COP26

In anticipation of COP26, chief science advisors from around the world lay out a vision for limiting global warming to below 2°C, writes senior advisor George Slim.

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Reflecting on Glasgow: A COP half full

The end of 2021 brought a flurry of activity on climate change. We had COP26,...

New targets to reduce emissions announced – what do scientists think?

The Government has announced a new target to reduce Aotearoa New Zealand’s emissions by 50 percent by 2030. Juliet joined The AM Show to discuss.

Top scientists call for urgent climate action

Ahead of COP26, group of influential scientific advisors from around the world have penned a joint letter saying the need for urgent climate action is unequivocal.

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