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Duane Peltzer – came for the science, stayed for the people

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Doing science differently: Lessons learned from BioHeritage

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BioHeritage may be ending, but our website and data repository will live on

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Q&A with Beccy Ganley

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Mapping connectedness and contribution towards te taiao

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Representing BioHeritage mahi at Waka Ama

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Science Excellence and Impact

Understanding the benefits, challenges and impact of BioHeritage’s approach to mission-led research.
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Te Aho Mātauranga

Māori have strong connections to Aotearoa New Zealand’s environment, with valuable inter-generational views and belief systems that can underpin decision-making, governance and stewardship.
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Crystal Ball Magic In The Rotorua Redwoods

Crazy & Ambitious Think Tank

Stimulating new ideas, approaches or syntheses that are needed to improve our biological heritage over the longer-term.
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Ngā Pī Ka Rere – Early Careers Network

The future of our science system, and our country, depends on those who come after us. That’s why BioHeritage invested in the next generation.
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Te Whakahononga

In an unprecedented effort to save some of the most immense lifeforms on the planet, the Te Whakahononga programme is fostering a multi-disciplinary collaboration which…
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