In The Media

  • Genetics of Leukaemia

    May 2014

    Gravida principal investigator and University of Otago researcher Professor Ian Morison was featured on Radio NZ National's Our Changing World programme recently (1 May 2014). He talked ...

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  • Processed foods are subverting our appetite control systems

    April 2014

    Gravida principal investigator and Massey University Professor David Raubenheimer, along with his colleague Professor Stephen Simpson from the University of Sydney, published a short paper in ...

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  • Links between melanoma and placenta growth identified

    April 2014

    Gravida Associate Investigator Dr Erin Macaulay was the lead author on a paper published in PLOS One. The paper titled ‘Retrotransposon Hypomethylation in Melanoma and Expression ...

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  • Estrogen mimics and developmental defects in men

    April 2014

    Gravida investigator Professor Ian Shaw from Canterbury University was featured on Our Changing World on Radio NZ National recently (17 April 2014), he talked about dibutylphthalate, ...

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  • Bee-friendly Insecticides

    April 2014

    Gravida Principal Investigator and University of Otago geneticist Associate Professor Peter Dearden was interviewed by Radio on Our Changing World (17 April 2014) about ...

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  • Vitamin D use during pregnancy

    March 2014

    Associate Prof. Cameron Grant was quoted on a study on Vitamin D use during pregnancy. click here to visit the NZ Herald article online. Cameron is an ...

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  • Bringing science to the masses

    March 2014

    Fertility expert, theatre director, TV presenter and a peer to boot, Lord Robert Winston talks to Adam Dudding of the Sunday Star Times about the power of science. ...

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  • While we were talking

    March 2014

    Link though to the Lord Robert Winston interview on TVOne’s Breakfast programme where he give the hosts some surprising facts about their fertility.

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  • Warning about science hype

    March 2014

    Link though to the Otago Daily Times article on Lord Robert Winston's visit to Dunedin and presentation to secondary school students at Otago Boys High School.

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