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Bt brinjal part one and Bt brinjal part two
(University of Canterbury. Biological Sciences, 2009)
Summary of analysis of dossier from Mahyco et al. in support of their claims of safety of fruit and shoot borer tolerant brinjal
(Third World NetworkUniversity of Canterbury. Biological Sciences, 2010)
I am submitting to the Philippines Government this opinion on the testing of Bt brinjal conducted in India because I understand that the Philippines is currently evaluating a Bt brinjal event for commercial release and ...
Suggestions on how to apply international safety testing guidelines for genetically modified organisms
(Centre for Integrated Research in Biosafety (INBI)University of Canterbury. Biological Sciences, 2012)
Summary of recommendations Recommendation 1: The regulatory review process should begin with the participation of all stakeholders, from industry (not just the applicant’s industry), civil society and government and seek ...
The post-auricular muscle reflex (PAMR): Its detection, analysis, and use as an objective hearing test
(University of Canterbury., 1998)
A number of fundamental characteristics of the post-auricular muscle response (PAMR) have been examined in adult and infant human subjects using an automated computer-based measurement system. This system allowed simultaneous ...
Creating a Road Network Analysis Layer with Travel Time Estimates using Open-source Data
(GeoHealth Laboratory, 2017)
A main focus of health geography research is assessing the impacts of environmental exposures on health. Exposures, in this instance, are anything in the environment that has the potential to negatively affect or positively ...
Multi-Hazard Analysis: Gap Analysis Report
Christchurch City Council (Council) is undertaking the Land Drainage Recovery Programme in order to assess the effects of the earthquakes on flood risk to Christchurch. In the course of these investigations it has ...
Think Piece: Autonomous vehicles and future urban environments: Exploring implications for wellbeing in an ageing society
Imagine a world where driving is no longer a useful skill. It might be a world in which people walk, cycle, and use a shared fleet of electric autonomous vehicles to get around. There might be no private cars or parking, ...
Initial scan of policy / issues relevant to autonomous vehicle development and deployment.
Throughout the world, governments are considering the potential disruptive impacts of autonomous vehicle technology. It is widely expected that those countries that implement adaptive and successful transitions to shared ...