Lincoln University operates a number of internationally renowned research centres. These generally consist of a group of individual researchers and/or groups of research teams.

Research centres are primarily cross-divisional and may work in collaboration with external partners and attract researchers and postgraduate students. A management board, consisting of representatives from the major organisations or divisions involved, manages each centre.

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Recent Submissions

  • Indigenous biosecurity: Māori responses to kauri dieback and myrtle rust in Aotearoa New Zealand 

    Lambert, Simon J.; Waipara, N.; Black, Amanda; Shadbolt, Melanie; Wood, W. (Palgrave-MacmillianCham, Switzerland, 2018-05-25)
    It is widely acknowledged that Indigenous peoples have traditional knowledge relevant to modern environmental management. By asserting roles within associated science and policy networks, such Indigenous Knowledge (IK) can ...
  • Crop management strategies to improve forage rape seed yield 

    Trethewey, Jason A. K.
    In New Zealand, forage rape (Brassica napus L.) is an important supplementary feed crop in animal production systems. Detailed investigations on seed production are limited and strategies for maximising seed production are ...
  • Herbicide ingredients change Salmonella enterica sv. Typhimurium and Escherichia coli antibiotic responses 

    Kurenbach, B.; Gibson, P. S.; Hill, Amy M; Bitzer, A. S.; Silby, M. W.; Godsoe, William; Heinemann, J. A. (Microbiology Society, 2017-12-01)
    Herbicides are frequently released into both rural and urban environments. Commercial herbicide formulations induce adaptive changes in the way bacteria respond to antibiotics. Salmonella enterica sv. Typhimurium and ...
  • Consumer insights and willingness to pay for attributes: Kiwifruit in Shanghai, China 

    Tait, Peter R.; Rutherford, Paul; Driver, Tim; Li, Xuedong; Saunders, Caroline M.; Dalziel, Paul C. (Lincoln University. AERULincoln, New Zealand, 2018-06)
    A theme of the Our Land and Water (OLW) National Science Challenge is to achieve “greater value in global markets”. This includes “understanding our international customers’ demands for products from New Zealand’s land and ...
  • Consumer insights and willingness to pay for attributes: New Zealand wine in California, USA 

    Tait, Peter R.; Rutherford, Paul; Driver, Tim; Li, Xuedong; Saunders, Caroline M.; Dalziel, Paul C. (Lincoln University. AERULincoln, Canterbury, New Zealand, 2018-06)
    A theme of the Our Land and Water (OLW) National Science Challenge is to achieve “greater value in global markets”. This includes “understanding our international customers’ demands for products from New Zealand’s land and ...

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