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Researcher Wins Marsden Grant To Search For New Battery Materials

Friday, 3 November 2023, 9:12 am | Lincoln Agritech

As the world moves to more sustainable forms of energy, efficient rechargeable batteries are becoming more and more important. At present the lithium-ion batteries used for everything from mobile phones to EVs include materials such as cobalt, which are ... More >>

Research To Reveal Effect Of Climate Change On The Waikato River

Monday, 2 October 2023, 1:42 pm | Lincoln Agritech

The Waikato River is at the centre of a new multi-million-dollar programme aiming to reveal how increasing carbon dioxide (CO2) levels are affecting rivers and lakes – and what that means environmentally, economically, and socially. Lincoln Agritech ... More >>

Science With Impact – Lincoln Agritech Annual Report 2022

Wednesday, 24 May 2023, 4:53 pm | Lincoln Agritech

Lincoln Agritech’s Annual Report for 2022 highlights the impact its science is having in areas such as climate change, fresh water and groundwater, and environmental sustainability. Titled Science with Impact , the report details a trial to slash ... More >>

Research to uncover crucial knowledge on braided rivers

Wednesday, 2 October 2019, 1:50 pm | Lincoln Agritech

A new five-year research programme is aiming to help regional councils manage their water resources and meet the Government’s freshwater quality standards by 2025. More >>

Research helps to curb unwanted pesticide spray drift

Wednesday, 9 December 2015, 10:02 am | Lincoln Agritech

Chemical drift from pesticide sprays is an ongoing problem in New Zealand, says Lincoln Agritech crop protection scientist Rory Roten. More >>

Lincoln Agritech to Embark on Four New Research Projects

Thursday, 10 September 2015, 12:24 pm | Lincoln Agritech

Lincoln Agritech has recently achieved Government funding for four important new science programmes that will help strengthen New Zealand’s reputation in several key research areas. More >>




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