Crown Research Institute Scion and ArborGen LLC have signed a multi-million dollar partnership deal.
Areas of mutual scientific and technological co-operation between New Zealand and Chile were discussed during a recent visit to Industrial Research by Chilean President Michelle Bachelet and Prime Minister Helen Clark.
AgResearch scientists have found two enteroviruses in wild possums that could be used to carry vaccines for possum biocontrols such as contraception.
A recent trip to the UK to present breakthrough research in possum biocontrol led to an unlikely meeting for AgResearch scientist Dr Gail Shuttleworth.
2006 Teacher Fellow Barbara Ryan has just completed her book 'Biotechnology for Beginners', the result of a year working with the Biotechnology Learning Hub and in association with AgResearch, Crop and Food, and HortResearch
Work carried out by the Pastoral Greenhouse Gas Research Consortium (PGGRC), of which AgResearch is a member, has won endorsement in an independent review.
Some $2.16 billion of GDP could be at risk if we fail to look after the quality of New Zealand's soil and water resources. The 2006 Soils & Society Conference signals the link of soil to social well being. Ensis is the unincorporated joint venture between Crown Research Institute, Scion and Australia's CSIRO.
AgResearch is part of a new joint venture that will have huge benefits for both the health and pastoral sectors.