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2007 RNZ Archive

Looking for a radio broadcast about biotechnology? Browse the Radio New Zealand audio archive on the Hub.

  • 2007 Young Scientist of the Year

    28 Jun, 2007

    Jessie Jacobsen is the 2007 MacDiarmid Young Scientist of the Year for her innovative research on Huntington's disease.

  • Brain stem cells

    22 Feb, 2007

    A team of University of Auckland scientists have discovered how stem cells migrate through the brain.

  • Free radicals

    19 Jul, 2007

    Free radicals – are they good or bad for you?

  • Genetically modified brassica trials, part one

    03 May, 2007

    Part one of two programmes looking at issues raised by a proposed field trial of genetically modified vegetables.

  • Genetically modified brassica trials, part two

    10 May, 2007

    Part two of two programmes looking at issues raised by a proposed field trial of genetically modified vegetables.

  • Genetically modified brassicas approved

    31 May, 2007

    An interview with Libby Harrison from the Environmental Risk Management Authority (ERMA) following the decision to allow field trials of genetically modified brassicas.

  • Glycosylation disorder

    06 Sep, 2007

    Yeast cells and a robotic microscope are helping researchers understand the genes involved in a rare childhood disease.

  • Pāua polyculture

    19 Jul, 2007

    A new type of aquaculture is being trialled at Hongoeka Bay in a partnership between Māori and NIWA.

  • Possums on the pill

    28 Jun, 2007

    Janine Duckworth from Landcare Research want to put possums on the pill.

  • Tuberculosis vaccine

    12 Jul, 2007

    Kylie Quinn is an award winning PhD student working on a new DNA vaccine to tackle tuberculosis.

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