University of Canterbury Biosecurity Innovations are hosting a free online webinar around building biosecurity capability and warmly invite you to register.
Mahi tahi – building biosecurity capability
Wed 13 April 2022
1:45pm – 4:00pm
This two hour event brings four unique perspectives on New Zealand’s current and future biosecurity capability needs and ways in which the tertiary sector can match that need.
- Industry: Bill Dyck, Science and Technology broker for the Biological Heritage National Science Challenge and the Enviro-Link coordinator for regional council research.
- Research: David Teulon, Director of B3, Science solutions for Better Border Biosecurity, Aotearoa New Zealand.
- Māori: Simon Lambert, Chief Scientist, Te Tira Whakamātaki (TTW), the New Zealand Maori Centre of Research Excellence.
- Central government: Stuart Anderson, Deputy Director General, Biosecurity New Zealand.
To register, click Mahi tahi – work together as one to build biosecurity capability on | University of Canterbury. Registrations close 5:00 pm Friday 8th April.