Former B3 Director receives lifetime achievement honours Science NZ Individual / Lifetime Achievement Award
B3 test detecting exotic plant diseases Helping protect New Zealand's plants
Programme for Science Partnership Forum 19 October, Wellington
New biosecurity research protects border and empowers industry and communities Protecting against threats to native and productive plants
Māori tourism operators step-up for biosecurity Sharing biosecurity mātauranga
New Independent Chair for B3 Farewell to stalwart James Buwalda
Global Change and New Zealand Biosecurity Report Global Change will challenge New Zealand's biosecurity system
Programme for B3 Conference Friday May 5 Collective action to prepare for future biosecurity challenges.
B3 seeks Collaboration Council chair Independent chair for governance council
New Director for B3 Desi Ramoo
BMSB 3D-printed to raise awareness B3 and Canterbury University collaboration
Learn about our mahi B3 Annual Report
B3 Summer Students Fostering biosecurity's future
Forum brings together biosecurity community Science Partnership Forum
B3 win Biosecurity NZ Science Award 2022 Championing biosecurity in Aotearoa
Fall armyworm podcast 'Cut the Crop' podcast
Enhancing international research co-ordination B3 / Euphresco/PBRI
B3 in Biosecurity Award finals Recognising biosecurity champions
NZ Plant Protection Society’s 75th Birthday B3 part of celebrations
Substantial new biosecurity science investment $4 million for new projects
B3 Director stepping down in October "It's been hugely fulfilling'
International Congress on Biological Invasions (ICBI2023) and B3 conference May 1 - 5, 2023.
International research collaboration Protecting plants, people and our place together
B3 steps up research to face fall armyworm Supporting the collective effort
Repatriation of ngā tupu taketake ō Tāne Taonga returned home
Researcher made Royal Society Fellow Excellence in biocontrol of introduced pests
MOU between the UC and B3 MOU to strengthen relationship
Research key to new protection against BMSB Ethyl formate (EF) approved as border treatment
Last year’s successes and impacts B3 Annual Report now online
Outputs from BMSB Symposium Find out about work to STOP BMSB establishing
Starting 2022 with congratulations Scientists and collaborators celebrated
Science partnership with MPI MPI/B3 partnership featured
New Summer Students Students join research programme
Biocontrol research in the spotlight Preparing for potential incursions
Xylella project highlighted Xylella & sentinel plant networks
2022 investment round Deadline for concepts: 21 January 2022
Science Partnership Forum Forum brings biosecurity whānau together
B3 researchers win awards Researcher, international collaborator and PhD student awarded
$1.6 million for new projects New research to protect Aotearoa’s plants
B3 project to improve Xylella readiness B3 project focused on Xylella readiness
New Cultural Biosecurity Ambassador roopū Cultural Ambassadors to champion biosecurity and lead thinking
Register for the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug Symposium Connect with BMSB researchers and share ideas to better prepare New Zealand.
Fostering future plant biosecurity community B3 sponsors PhD session at Plant Science Central conference to foster emerging researchers.
Students learn to be biosecurity guardians A biosecurity game developed by B3 is educating the community about the range and impact of plant pests and pathogens in Aotearoa.
B3 conference brings biosecurity community together The fourth B3 conference gave the plant border biosecurity community a chance to gather in person for the first time since the start of the COVID pandemic.
OVER 70 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE FAREWELLED FROM B3 IN LATE 2020 Towards the end of 2020, B3 said good bye to a number of retiring colleagues, all of whom made substantial contributions to the collaboration in recent years.
B3 Conference 2021 Registration Open Registrations are open for the B3 Conference May 17 - 18, 2021 being held in Wellington.
B3 Māori Research Leader Appointed Alby Marsh has been appointed as B3’s Māori Research Leader.