Podcasts, videos, radio interviews, and tv appearances by New Zealand's Independent Research Organisations
Podcasts and audio
Turanga FM/Mātai Interns
2 February 2023: Ariana Brown and Jackson Clarke, two of 16 Mātai Medical Research Institute interns talk to Turanga FM about their background studies, what Mātai has to offer, and how they are impacting their community as a whole.
HERA: Ep.85 – succession planning for SMEs
1 February 2023: In this episode of Stirring the Pot HERA talks with John Luxton. John is Founder of Regeneration HQ – a self-professed ‘anti-consultant’ hand crafting solutions for SMEs in Aotearoa New Zealand with practical, hands-on support.
RNZ/Malaghan: How our immune systems change as we age
16 December 2022: Kiwi-born renown immunologist Michelle Linterman, currently based at the Malaghan Institute, talks about her research into how our immune system changes as we age on Radio New Zealand's Nine to Noon show.
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Video and tv
Malaghan: RNA technology tackling New Zealand specific problems
8 February 2023: The recent pandemic has heralded advancements in RNA technology and as the Covid storm calms, we are left with a clear sight of the potential this technology has in our future.
Malaghan: Gene-editing tech pushes boundaries of immune system exploration
16 January 2023: Dr Olivier Lamiable is a team leader in the Ronchese Laboratory at the Malaghan Institute. He is using revolutionary CRISPR-Cas9 technology to understand how allergic diseases develop on a cellular and molecular level.
TTW/NewsHub: Leading kauri dieback scientists back indigenous knowledge to restore Aotearoa's kaurilands
10 January 2023: The future's looking brighter for a new generation of kauri trees. Working with scientists, rongoā Māori practitioners say they're close to finding a cure for kauri dieback disease.