Join us online as our researchers showcase their work and the impacts of technology on our environment.
We will host a live Q+A with Ben Jolly and Andrew McMillan who will showcase technology ranging from terrestrial laser scanners and drones to virtual reality headsets and how they can benefit research of our environment. Viewers will be able to look at the equipment throughout the session and ask Ben and Andrew questions.
As well as our live session, you can interact on our website to explore stories about science that is "good for the world". Want to understand more about mānuka honey and New Zealand's honey bee population? Maybe you want to take a tour of a research lab and understand the biotech methods we use. Or you could check out the innovative ways of finding alternative sources of Omega 3 fatty acids to lead the way in sustainability.
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You can drop into this event at any time.
Originally trained as a Software and Electronics Engineer, Ben joined Manaaki Whenua in 2015. He works across a variety of projects involved with remote sensing, Antarctic weather and climate, RPAS ('drones'), terrestrial and mobile laser scanners, and the development of scientific software.
Andrew has been with Manaaki Whenua for over 7 years and his research explores the exchange of water, energy and greenhouse gases between various ecosystem compartments. He uses a range of tools to achieve his science objectives, including leading the development of capability in drones.
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