1 Jan 2009

MacMillan Brown lecture 2, 2009

From The Macmillan Brown Lectures, 9:02 am on 1 January 2009

The 2009 Macmillan Brown lectures explore how Maori culture operates as a force for New Zealand's social and scientific advancement. In this second lecture, Professor Lisa Matisoo-Smith looks at how DNA technology can help integrate indigenous and scientific knowledge. She's introduced by Professor Karen Nero from the University of Canterbury's Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies.

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