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NZ business leader in plant-based medicine earns PhD

Since founding natural healthcare company Artemis in 1998, Sandra Clair has played a key role in advocating for plant-based medicines to be recognised and regulated in New Zealand. Her latest successful endeavour is earning a PhD in Health Sciences at the University of Canterbury (UC), where she has been researching ways to integrate centuries of empirical knowledge with today’s pharmaceutically based regulatory approach.

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'I am constantly getting excited and inspired by new ideas and expanding my connections...'

Cameron Richardson
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Co-Founder and Chief Business Officer, Reach and Teach Language Services Ltd

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How grim is grim? What the future looks like for Māori academics

“It looks grim,” says Dr Tyron Love, a senior lecturer of Management, Marketing and Entrepreneurship at the University of Canterbury (UC) College of Business and Law, of the preliminary findings of his research into the future of Māori academics in New Zealand universities.

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For now in New Zealand, my Māori degree enables me to help with the Department of Conservation in a communication capacity.

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