Wallaceville Research Centre staff; Jo Wilson with Governor-General Dame Catherine Tizard.

Wallaceville Research Centre staff; Jo Wilson with Governor-General Dame Catherine Tizard.

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Caption: Scientists must get out and sell themselves more to the public: 99 percent of the population do not appreciate the importance of science and the only people who can tell them are scientists. This was the message the Governor-General, Dame Catherine Tizard, had for the young scientists at Wallaceville Animal Research Centre when she visited the institute on Friday, September 16. Dame Catherine, who has a degree in zoology and has lectured at Auckland University, spent three hours talk...


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