Kindness in Science

For as long as anyone can remember Western science has been punctuated with horror stories of cut-throat competition and heavy-handed…

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Stage One scoping group timeline

Many groups have already begun the scoping process. If you would like to register as being a stakeholder that members…

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A guide to BioHeritage scoping groups

What are scoping groups? Our scoping groups are made up of 8-10 people who represent a range of relevant research…

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Giving our fledglings a voice

An Early Career Scoping Group (ECSG) has been created to enable BioHeritage associates to develop their skills and empower their voices in Tranche 2.

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Read our monthly eNewsletter

Signing up to our monthly eNewsletter is the perfect way to stay up-to-date with Challenge happenings – click the links…

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Partnering to bring nature back to our cities

Find out how urban environments hold a huge, untapped opportunity for restoring our native biodiversity.

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Predator Free New Zealand – are we dreaming?

To achieve a predator-Free New Zealand, we need to prepare for future scenarios now.

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Sharing environmental DNA across New Zealand

The Environmental DNA (eDNA) Hub had its first public road test in May 2019.

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Cutting-edge technology to help mahinga kai species

A complete ‘platinum-standard’ reference genome could help the conservation, commercial and customary harvest of a treasured mahinga kai species.

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Strategy update: June 2019

Read the latest update about how we’re progressing our Tranche 2 strategy.

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