October 18th, 2011Imagine if it was possible to identify any species instantly, simply by scanning it in the same way a loaf of bread is scanned at the supermarket checkout.
Interaction between science and policy: an essential driver for integrity and performance in New Zealand’s environment and economy
May 19th, 2011Speech by Dr Stephen Goldson, Strategy Advisor to the Office of the Prime Minister’s Science Advisory Committee, to the MAF Policy, Science and Economics conference, 5 May 2011
BCANZ website provides valuable tool for managing introduced organisms
May 18th, 2011The Biological Control Agents introduced to New Zealand (BCANZ) database is now available to help regulators and researchers find information on biological control agents that have been introduced to New Zealand to help manage weed and invertebrate pests.
Reflections on the process of Māori consultation as part an application to release a biological control agent
By Lisa Berndt (Scion) May 18th, 2011The programme ‘Better Border Biosecurity’ (B3) is a partnership between research providers (AgResearch, Plant and Food Research, Scion and Lincoln University) and end users (MAF BNZ, ERMA New Zealand, Department of Conservation and the Forest Biosecurity Research Council).