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NZ research is benefiting from Māori knowledge, seminar hears

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Speakers say new generation in New Zealand is getting results by incorporating Indigenous perspectives

Science in New Zealand is beginning to include mātauranga Māori—Māori knowledge—with positive results for both research and the community, a seminar run by the Royal Society of New Zealand has heard.

At the online seminar, held by the society’s Early Career Researcher Forum on 27 July, participants heard of new ways that researchers were incorporating Māori perspectives in their work.

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