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A new Science podcast has just been launched by a bunch of clever Kiwi plant scientists!


You can hear all about the interesting breakthroughs New Zealand is making in the science world, straight from the people who are doing it... check out the entertaining, light hearted (and thankfully understandable) new series "scigest" thanks to the team at "The New Zealand Institute for Plant & Food Research" https://www.plantandfood.co.nz/page/news/podcast-index

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