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Organisations

Visit this section to discover how, in New Zealand, a number of organisations including Crown Research Institutes (CRIs), universities and private companies, are involved in biotechnology research and development.

A list of organisations is available below. Alternatively you can use the left-hand menu to browse organisations by type or sector.

ACART is an independent committee that advises the Minister of Health on policy for human...

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The AERU at Lincoln University focuses on the economics, resource, and environmental and...

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AgResearch is New Zealand’s largest Crown Research Institute researching pastoral...

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Aquaculture New Zealand was established in 2007 as a single voice for the New Zealand...

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Aquaflow is one of the world’s leading algal technology companies. They are producing...

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The Bio-Protection Research Centre researches the biosecurity and pest management needs...

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BioDiscovery New Zealand is identifying natural products from New Zealand’s land and...

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The key role of the Bioenergy Association of New Zealand (BANZ) is to assist its members...

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The School of Biological Sciences, University of Canterbury covers organisms and...

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