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Expressions of interest open for Tairāwhiti internships

The Prime Minister has asked the PMCSA to host two internships to undertake future-focused projects centred in Tairāwhiti. Expressions of interest are now open.

Introducing our next major project

We are now ramping up work on our big project for 2021, titled ‘Kotahitanga: Uniting Aotearoa against infectious diseases and antimicrobial resistance’.

Science advice in commercial fisheries: It’s dark down there

The OPMCSA’s new report provides advice to government on how science and innovation can improve the sustainability of commercial fisheries. Juliet reflects on our deep dive into the world of commercial fishing.

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How New Zealand’s COVID success made it a laboratory for the world

Universal genome sequencing and exquisitely detailed tracing of COVID-19 cases in Aotearoa New Zealand offers unique insights into how COVID-19 spreads.

Commercial fisheries report reveals how ‘frighteningly little’ we know about ocean

A new report on commercial fisheries is calling for a more holistic approach to managing and assessing the health of the marine ecosystem, reports James Fyfe for Newshub.

New short film on genome sequencing released

How is Aotearoa New Zealand using genome sequencing in our response to the COVID-19 pandemic? Watch the latest documentary from independent filmmaker Shirley Horrocks.

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