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Business groups, experts and politicians respond to the Government's new Covid-19 framework
22nd Oct 21, 1:26pm
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Business groups, experts and politicians respond to the Government's new Covid-19 framework
James Shaw must know that neither New Zealanders, nor the rest of humanity, will take the urgent and transformative action that Science now deems necessary to stave-off climate catastrophe
18th Oct 21, 9:18am
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James Shaw must know that neither New Zealanders, nor the rest of humanity, will take the urgent and transformative action that Science now deems necessary to stave-off climate catastrophe
Economist Brian Easton suggests that perhaps one of the reasons for vaccination hesitancy is that we are too casual about what constitutes science
6th Sep 21, 9:02am
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Economist Brian Easton suggests that perhaps one of the reasons for vaccination hesitancy is that we are too casual about what constitutes science
Reconnecting New Zealanders to the World forum live stream
12th Aug 21, 9:38am
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Reconnecting New Zealanders to the World forum live stream
In this horrible year of 2020, we have learned some important lessons about the importance of leadership and the power of science, Chris Trotter says
21st Dec 20, 9:27am
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In this horrible year of 2020, we have learned some important lessons about the importance of leadership and the power of science, Chris Trotter says
Arguments about regenerative agriculture illustrate the challenges of creating informed debate. More generally, democracies depend on voters understanding complex issues
3rd Dec 20, 8:01am
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Arguments about regenerative agriculture illustrate the challenges of creating informed debate. More generally, democracies depend on voters understanding complex issues
Govt allocates hundreds of millions towards finding a Covid-19 vaccine; Details of exactly where funding is going kept under wraps for commercial reasons
27th Aug 20, 10:03am
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Govt allocates hundreds of millions towards finding a Covid-19 vaccine; Details of exactly where funding is going kept under wraps for commercial reasons
Election 2020 - Party Policies - Science and Research
25th Jul 20, 5:56am
Election 2020 - Party Policies - Science and Research
Gareth Vaughan on a need for more banks, living in a burning building, New Zealand stacking up well, the collision of science and politics, the Psychopath in Chief & a song for Dominic Cummings
4th Jun 20, 10:02am
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Gareth Vaughan on a need for more banks, living in a burning building, New Zealand stacking up well, the collision of science and politics, the Psychopath in Chief & a song for Dominic Cummings
Gareth Vaughan on tackling COVID-19 which may keep returning, Sicily's tourism plan, Dr Doom's greater depression, a busy airport, underestimating the death toll & buying coffee whilst social distancing
30th Apr 20, 9:00am
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Gareth Vaughan on tackling COVID-19 which may keep returning, Sicily's tourism plan, Dr Doom's greater depression, a busy airport, underestimating the death toll & buying coffee whilst social distancing
Gareth Vaughan on the Imperial College London paper, what the PM's chief science advisor says, angry Italian mayors, the EU's battle for relevancy and Hong Kong's second wave
24th Mar 20, 2:04pm
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Gareth Vaughan on the Imperial College London paper, what the PM's chief science advisor says, angry Italian mayors, the EU's battle for relevancy and Hong Kong's second wave
Motu researchers on the implications of domestic food waste, using maths to improve espresso, how co-workers respond to employees taking parental leave, why certain scents are important to preserve, and are pop lyrics more repetitive now?
31st Jan 20, 10:00am
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Motu researchers on the implications of domestic food waste, using maths to improve espresso, how co-workers respond to employees taking parental leave, why certain scents are important to preserve, and are pop lyrics more repetitive now?
Motu researchers on super-cooled livers, climate change and health, infostorms and fake news, vampire brain cancers and lesser know consequences of global deforestation
20th Sep 19, 10:00am
by Guest
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Motu researchers on super-cooled livers, climate change and health, infostorms and fake news, vampire brain cancers and lesser know consequences of global deforestation
Eric Crampton on the perils of dodgy vaping vendors, fake news and more fake news, the misleading cost of alcohol, sorting the trees from the trees on climate change and the joyful contrarian
13th Sep 19, 5:00am
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Eric Crampton on the perils of dodgy vaping vendors, fake news and more fake news, the misleading cost of alcohol, sorting the trees from the trees on climate change and the joyful contrarian
Motu researchers on a forest-eating coalmine, cheating on exams, scootering drunk or stoned, treating cannabis addiction, and the best sort of team for initiating new ideas…
19th Jul 19, 10:00am
by Guest
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Motu researchers on a forest-eating coalmine, cheating on exams, scootering drunk or stoned, treating cannabis addiction, and the best sort of team for initiating new ideas…
Motu researchers on the history of wellbeing, robot ethics, whether the left or right hand should pay tax, the 1918 flu epidemic, prestige and value for money, the effect of cash transfers, protecting large carnivores, and the expansion of the culture war
16th Nov 18, 10:18am
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Motu researchers on the history of wellbeing, robot ethics, whether the left or right hand should pay tax, the 1918 flu epidemic, prestige and value for money, the effect of cash transfers, protecting large carnivores, and the expansion of the culture war
Motu researchers on predicting obesity rates from space, reinventing cities, genes associated with education, and the Ig Nobel Prizes
23rd Sep 18, 9:07am
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Motu researchers on predicting obesity rates from space, reinventing cities, genes associated with education, and the Ig Nobel Prizes
Rather than drain the swamp, Donald Trump has turned Washington DC into 'a federally protected paradise for predators on Wall Street'
24th Jan 18, 11:03am
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Rather than drain the swamp, Donald Trump has turned Washington DC into 'a federally protected paradise for predators on Wall Street'
Pigeonholed in some quarters as a permabear, John Mauldin says he's actually an optimistic person who is confident in the future of humanity
19th Dec 17, 7:39am
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Pigeonholed in some quarters as a permabear, John Mauldin says he's actually an optimistic person who is confident in the future of humanity
Motu on Nobel Prizes, discussions of MMP, feeding the world, a Pakistani teen's scientific first, how economics has a problem with women, solving the riddle of Kim Jong-un backwards and more
13th Oct 17, 10:02am
by Guest
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Motu on Nobel Prizes, discussions of MMP, feeding the world, a Pakistani teen's scientific first, how economics has a problem with women, solving the riddle of Kim Jong-un backwards and more
Election 2017 - Party Policies - Science and Research
27th May 17, 9:13am
by Julia Wiener
Election 2017 - Party Policies - Science and Research
The New Zealand Initiative's Oliver Hartwich on liberalism in the trenches, elusive grains of sand, Islamic fashion, an apparently unfunny German, the decline of the white working class American man and more
28th Apr 17, 10:02am
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The New Zealand Initiative's Oliver Hartwich on liberalism in the trenches, elusive grains of sand, Islamic fashion, an apparently unfunny German, the decline of the white working class American man and more
Tom Coupé with 10 examples of business experiments, including dating without pictures, women who make you want to spend, Googling up smaller snacks, Bill Gates & chickens, moving from Tonga to NZ causes stress & more
24th Mar 17, 10:02am
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Tom Coupé with 10 examples of business experiments, including dating without pictures, women who make you want to spend, Googling up smaller snacks, Bill Gates & chickens, moving from Tonga to NZ causes stress & more
William Rolleston sees the advent of argument dressed up as science but which abandons the principles of evidence, balance and context in order to persuade
16th Feb 17, 8:52am
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William Rolleston sees the advent of argument dressed up as science but which abandons the principles of evidence, balance and context in order to persuade
Oliver Hartwich on capitalism by another name, explaining Trump, the perils of health hype, understanding inequality, Brexit's language barrier, Ikea economics and more
28th Oct 16, 10:02am
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Oliver Hartwich on capitalism by another name, explaining Trump, the perils of health hype, understanding inequality, Brexit's language barrier, Ikea economics and more