Achieving results for the environment through technology

Manaaki Whenua is the Crown Research Institute for our land and we are using technology in innovative ways that goes far beyond our borders

What's it all about?

Join us online as our researchers showcase their work and the impacts of technology on our environment.

Bruce Warburton will host a live session and detail the advances that have been made in predator control. Bruce will discuss the issues around expanding wallaby populations in New Zealand and the technology we have created to monitor their movements.

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.

For more Manaaki Whenua techweek events click here.

You can drop into this event at any time.

Virtual, Webcast

Thursday 23 May
11:30am - 12:30pm

Free event
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Bruce Warburton

Scientist - Programme Leader

Bruce's research focuses on vertebrate pest control technology and strategies, population monitoring, animal welfare and environmental ethics. He has been with Manaaki Whenua - Landcare Research since 1977 and has made huge impacts in predator control.

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