Tēnā koutou katoa, nau mai, haere mai ki tēnei whārangi ipurangi. He wāhi tēnei hei whakamōhio atu ki a koutou mō ētahi o ngā kaupapa o te ao, he wāhi anō hoki e taea ai e mātau te torotoro atu ki ā koutou. Nā reira, nau mai haramai.

Whakauru mai ki te whakanui i te pūtaiao i Aotearoa me te noho mōhio ki ā mātau mahi.

He mea nui ki a mātau ō whakaaro me pēhea e whaitake ai te pūtaiao ki a Aotearoa.

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Reflection on science in emergencies

More than ever, we must listen to Aotearoa New Zealand’s scientists, and ensure that our institutional structures allow them to speak.

Using genetic fingerprints in our COVID-19 response

We reflect on the role of genome sequencing in the most recent COVID-19 outbreak in Auckland as the EPA Chief Scientist Professor Michael Bunce publishes a rapid review on the topic.

Changes needed to address drop in literacy levels, says Chief Education Scientific Advisor

Interventions across primary and secondary education are needed to address declining literacy levels and persistent inequity, according to a report from the Chief Education Scientific Advisor Professor Stuart McNaughton.

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I roto i te pāpāho

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.

Rethinking plastics report features in Speech from the Throne

Governor-General Dame Patsy Reddy outlined the Government’s plans, which includes a commitment to implementing the PMCSA’s ‘Rethinking plastics’ recommendations.

Mapping environmental DNA with EPA Chief Scientist Prof Michael Bunce

Professor Michael Bunce, EPA Chief Scientist and member of the CSA Forum, was interviewed by Bryan Crump on RNZ about environmental DNA.

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