IDReC researchers among successful Marsden funding recipients

IDReC researchers have played an important role in the record amount of funding gained by Massey from this year's Marsden awards.

Members of IDReC are on four successful grants, researching a wide range of topics. These are: 

Distinguished Professor PB Rainey - Population Genomics of an Emergent Plant Infectious Disease

Professor ML Hazelton - Lattice polytope samplers: theory, methods and applications

Professor MG Roberts - Biodiversity and the ecology of emerging infectious diseases

Associate Professor PJ Biggs - Rewiring life: using synthetic biology and experimental evolution to unravel the evolutionary origins of DNA.

 Congratulations to all recipients! Further information on the awards and the research that they fund can be found though the following link.

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