Stretchy science for better biosecurity

A five-part podcast series exploring how innovative science is pushing boundaries to protect borders, get pests to push off, and deal with disease. New episodes coming soon!

The phosphite fight back

The phosphite fight back

Dr Ian Horner discusses Kauri dieback disease and his research to help save the iconic, taonga species.

 
Plant v pathogen

Plant v pathogen

Weapons, surveillance, covert operations and sabotage. Hear from Dr Jo Bowen on how her research is helping the plant outfox the pathogen.

 
Cloning super sensors

Cloning super sensors

Manufacturing electronic sensors that harness the super-sensory capacity of insects: Dr Andrew Kralicek is designing new sensing equipment for biosecurity, medical diagnosis and workplace safety from cloned insect protein receptors.

 
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