New research on pest control, updates from Better Border Biosecurity, our cross-challenge wānanga and more . . .
Month: September 2020
PhD student Tom Moore discusses his research on the impacts of invasive aquatic weeds on kākahi (freshwater mussels).
B3 are close to finalising its new Strategic Plan, and have begun work on a five-year project looking at Xylella fastidiosa, a serious invasive pathogen currently spreading throughout the world.
A new paper in New Genetics and Society details the perceptions of Māori businesses around using biotechnologies in pest control.
In September 2020, leaders of different investments came together for a cross-challenge wānanga.
Professor Phil Lester and his team of researchers have recently published a report on the potential for a CRISPR gene drive to be used as a method of pest control for invasive wasps.