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Getting in early: the value of newborn screening for rare conditions

Come along to our online lecture on Thursday 2 December to find out why early identification of rare conditions such as congenital hypothyroidism matters.

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Brydes Whale Pitopito kōrero | News

Big-city coastal whales consume millions of microplastics every day

Whales in Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf consume around 3 million microplastics per day, a new study has found.

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Farmers spread Transeurasian languages – new study

New paper supports language dispersal tracing back to first farmers moving across Northeast Asia between 8-10 thousand years ago.

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White Ribbon Day: Researchers shifting line on harmful masculinity

White Ribbon Day 25 November is particularly poignant for Aotearoa which has one of the highest rates of violence against women in the OECD.

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University leads $10 million rheumatic fever project

University of Auckland scientists will lead $10 million of work to tackle one of the country's glaring health inequities.

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Why not all plastics are bad

Johan Verbeek argues that some plastics are necessary, especially during the pandemic, and looks at some of smart innovations coming out of the drive to recycle.

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The right to repair: good for consumers and the environment

News that Apple will make repair kits available for some products has renewed focus on right to repair rather than throw products out, writes Alex Sims.

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