Māori & Pasifika in STEM

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Milly Grant-Mackie
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Milly Grant-Mackie
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Yvonne Taura
Technology, Tech Jobs, Tech Industry, Tech Job, March 2024, Gap
More Māori in tech jobs a 'massive opportunity'
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Te Kōrero Mō Waihiko | Pre-Order Your Waihiko Te Reo Book Online
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Seen but unheard: navigating turbulent waters as Māori & Pacific postgrad Ss in STEM -ACADEMIC PAPER
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Māori engineer Moresby Kainuku launches first rocket into space - TE AO MĀORI NEWS
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Samoan plant just as good as ibuprofen to treat inflammation – RNZ PODCAST
https://bioheritage.nz/professor-shaun-ogilvie-appointed-as-kaihautu-ngatahi-co-director-maori/ Suit Jacket
Prof. Shaun Ogilvie appointed as Kaihautū Ngātahi, Co-Director-Māori – NZ's BIOLOGICAL HERITAGE NEWS
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Simon Hills, evolutionary biologist & ecologist – NZASE PROFILE
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Ones to Watch: Te Whetu Kerekere – UoO PROFILE
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Farewell to Sciblogs
Mihi mai ki a Dr Jane Kitson, an ecologist and environmental scientist, who as a youngster dreamed of becoming Indiana Jane. She hails from Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Mamoe and Waitaha. “My immediate family’s lives revolve around the seasonal calendar of gathering kai. Like kaimoana (seafood), tītī (muttonbirds), trout, salmon, duck or deer hunting,” she says. Her upbringing and curiosity about the outdoors and its connection to all living things inspired her to pursue environmental research...