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Researchers from Te Pūnaha Matatini have received the Prime Minister's Science Prize for their work on Covid-19. News

Prime Minister recognises transformative science

The 2020 Prime Minister’s Science Prize has been awarded to Te Pūnaha Matatini for their contribution to Aotearoa New Zealand’s Covid-19 response.

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Why are Māori preterm babies less likely to get breast milk?

Why are preterm babies less likely to get breast milk if they’re Māori?

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Dr Anne Bardsley and Sir Peter Gluckman from Koi Tū: The Centre for Informed Futures at the University of Auckland. News

Rethink needed on how governments manage risk

Countries need to rethink how they prepare for and manage high-impact risks, according to a new report.

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University partners with QS to support fair access to education internationally

The EduData Summit runs from 8-11 June and aims to quantify the extent to which educators and students experience barriers in improving education access.

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Yes, dogs do get jealous – new study

A new study provides evidence that dogs exhibit jealousy and can imagine their owner is petting another dog even when they can’t see what’s going on.

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Dawn raids’ long racist shadow persists

Any apology for the 1970s dawn raids on Pacific people must be backed by real change on migration and challenging work against racism, writes Dylan Asafo.

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 Born at 24 weeks and three days, weighing 650 grams, this baby is now thriving. Photo: Supplied Opinion

Born into a nutritional emergency

Some babies are born into nutritional emergencies. Dr Barbara Cormack, of the Liggins Institute, explains why and what's being done about it.

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