China Research Collaboration Centres
New Zealand-China Research Collaboration Centres are an initiative of the New Zealand Government to coordinate and maximise collaboration opportunities with China across the priority themes of food safety and security, water research and non-communicable diseases, for the benefit of New Zealand’s science.
The New Zealand-China Food Protection Network is hosted by Massey University, in partnership with AgResearch, Plant and Food Research, ESR, Scion, the Cawthron Institute, the University of Otago, the University of Auckland, and Auckland University of Technology.
The New Zealand – China Water Research Centre is hosted by Lincoln University, in partnership with AgResearch, Landcare Research, Plant and Food Research, Lincoln Agritech, and The University of Otago.
The New Zealand – China Non-Communicable Diseases Research Collaboration Centre is hosted by the University of Otago, and is a partnership between the three health and wellbeing National Science Challenges – A Better Start, Healthier Lives and Ageing Well.
China Research Collaboration Centres News
- NZ – China Water Research Centre Online Workshop 2022
- The Chinese Consulate in Christchurch visit NCD CRCC
- The 3rd NZ-China Non-Communicable Diseases Research Cooperation Forum deemed major success
- Mutual public health concerns fuel enthusiasm for joint China NZ research
- Understanding the importance of smart packaging for consumer confidence, food safety and an improved supply chain
- NZ-China network helping to decipher new packaging regulations
- Report on remote auditing experiences available now
- Workshop on “New Zealand – China Food Protection Network for risk assessment on Tropical Fruits”, March 2019, Haikou China
- China workshop on pesticide residues in tropical fruits
- MBIE further support the NCD CRCC