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    Reading the entrails

    Malcolm Wood talks to Professor Roger Lentle who heads Massey’s delicately named digesta group.

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    Looking for the next kiwifruit

    Professor Julian Heyes talks about why, if the problem of postharvest storage can be solved, the feijoa could be a break-through export fruit.

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Jul
11

Looking for the next kiwifruit

three_feijoa-cc

Professor Julian Heyes talks about why, if the problem of postharvest storage can be solved, the feijoa could be a break-through export fruit.

Jul
15

All the right ingredients

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A conversation with Mark Ward, the Programme Director of Palmerston North-based FoodHQ, New Zealand’s international centre for collaborative food research. New Zealand’s goal is to increase annual food exports to $60 billion by 2025.

Jul
14

Reading the entrails

lentle_et_al

Malcolm Wood talks to Professor Roger Lentle who heads Massey’s delicately named digesta group.

Jul
14

Magic fingers

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Why is the lining of the human small intestine covered in the small protrusions known as villi? Recent work by Massey’s digesta group shows that the conventional explanation is wrong. Malcolm Wood writes.