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    • Early Career Researchers in Aotearoa: Safeguarding and strengthening opportunity after COVID-19 

      Nissen, Sylvia; Naepi, S.; Powell, D.; Baker, T.; Bolton, A.; Stewart, L. (Early Career Researcher (ECR) Forum of Royal Society Te Apārangi, 2020-08-11)
      Early career researchers are critical to an innovative, connected and equitable research sector in Aotearoa New Zealand. It takes a long time to grow research capability and significant investment. Yet it can also be lost ...
    • Perth River tahr 1080 survival research 

      Kerr, Geoffrey N.
      Twenty-one vhf-collared tahr were monitored before and after two aerial applications of 1080 poison (sodium fluoroacetate) during winter 2019 in the Perth catchment, South Westland. All tahr survived both treatments. The ...
    • #NoFly Tour: Walking the talk on climate change 

      Hendy, S.; Nissen, Sylvia
      What happens when a leading New Zealand scientist (and frequent traveller) rules out flying for a year? In the last two weeks of November, Shaun Hendy will travel around New Zealand by train, ferry and bus to deliver five ...
    • URSBRS Mesclador – the first red clover cultivar bred in southern Brazil 

      Dall’Agnol, M.; Montardo, D. P.; Weiler, R. L.; Köpp, M. M.; Ferreira, J. L.; Mills, Annamaria; Simioni, C.; Brunes, A. P. (Taylor & Francis on behalf of The Royal Society of New Zealand, 2021-06-07)
      ‘URSBRS Mesclador’ is a red clover cultivar, adapted to southern Brazil with high dry matter production, the genetic material used in the breeding process was a collection from the Department of Forage Plants and Agrometeorology ...
    • Reflection with youth: Part of Yo-Yo Ma’s Bach Project #CultureConnectsUs 

      Sutherland, M.; Shah, B.; Tau, N.; Nissen, Sylvia; Tia, R.; Tualamali'i, J.; Ma, Y.-Y.
      Following a public event on the Otakaro Avon river at noon, Christchurch rangatahi/youth from across the city come together with Yo-Yo Ma to reflect on the role of water in our diverse cultures and its importance to our ...