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Students talk about their research and how they discovered biochemistry

Up-and-coming researchers of tomorrow explain their research and tell the stories of how they found their way into biochemistry.

Recorded at the BioLive-ChemEd conference for New Zealand educators of Biology and Chemistry, Dunedin, July 2019.


Meg O'Malley talks about research into RNA and breast cancer using CRISPR gene editing in the Diermeier laboratory. 

Megan Taylor is researching redox regulation of signalling in the Ledgerwood laboratory. 

Cam Reddington talks about understanding gene regulation in the Mace laboratory.

Sarah Mackie explores gene regulation in breast cancer in the Dunbier laboratory. 

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