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Family on a beach

Diabesity—finding a way forward

An experiment in the food science lab

Project Activate—the movie!

Master of nets temple, Suzhou, China

Exciting step forward in China–New Zealand research collaboration

Science lab vials in a blue tray

Diabetes screening test debate—what’s important for New Zealanders?

Sheep in a pen

Can we breed healthier meat?

Two women walking on a beach

Walking after meals most beneficial

Andrea Teng presents work on cardiovascular disease at Kōrero Tahi

Inequalities in preventable cancer deaths

Model of a strand of DNA

International distinction in research recognised

Minister of Science and Innovation, Steven Joyce addresses the audience

Symposium: Healthier Lives Kōrero Tahi 2016

Clinician with patient

New Zealand patients first to receive new diabetes treatment

Two young people viewing an app on a phone

Diabetes Xplained: An app for living with type 2 diabetes

Girl buying artichokes at a market

Marketing food to children

Shopping at the supermarket

Conflicting food advice—what to look out for

Healthier Lives 2016 Kōrero Tahi

Vegetable market stall

Healthier Lives experts defend dietary guidelines

University of Otago, Christchurch

Heathier Lives researcher adds new role as Deputy Dean

Science lab testing

Cancer detection and treatment aided by test sensitivity

Graphic of DNA

Gene variant increases obesity risk

Three loaves of bread

Bread to feed young minds

Chinese flag against blue sky

Science Challenges unite for collaboration with China

Jim Mann and Steven Joyce

New partnership to improve health of New Zealanders

Kids enjoying lunch at school, photo by Chris Sullivan.

Healthier Lives researchers prominent in HRC funding round

Presenter Adam Rutherford

Healthier Lives researchers feature in Gene Genie series

Block of butter, cut, on old chopping board, with bone-handled knife.

The low down on fat consumption

View our 2019-24 Research Strategy

He Pikinga Waiora Research Findings Brief

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