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Scientists from Massey are working on how to use bacteriophages to help honeybees fight disease.
New software capable of identifying bird species through their song alone is being developed by Massey scientists
Research projects include investigating polyphosphate, the effect of climate change on NZ alpine flora, human genetic diversity and research into new chemical elements nihonium and oganesson.
Massey University's College of Sciences' world-leading scientists are internationally-acclaimed and ranked. Our programmes of study and research attract world-leading academics and we have active research collaborations with the world's most prestigious scientific institutions.
To contact the College of Sciences office
Tel DDI (06) 350 5247
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Last updated on Thursday 21 September 2017