Credit: Sustainable Seas 2020

Posted on 11 November 2021

Updated map shows research near you

We’ve updated our Where’s our research map? to share our latest projects. The goal of the map is to connect people to research happening in and around their communities.

The map has been updated with our seven newest projects:

The map now features more than 70 projects from phase I & phase II, with more than 40 projects completed, across 117 project locations. It summarises the locations, project leader(s), project pages, and brief English descriptions for our research projects – connecting communities to our work. Māori partners and stakeholders have shared that they want to know where research projects are to be more engaged locally.

Explore the map to learn about our newest projects and engage with research near you.

 

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