World Antimicrobial Awareness Week 202217 November 2022
Read about our forensic expertise and how we help keep communities safe.
Learn about our water quality and environmental science work.
Read out ESR's COVID-19 response across the public health spectrum
Find out about our work in preventing and reducing disease.
Read about ESR’s expertise in food, pharmaceuticals and other product testing.
Read about how our science expertise is utilised around the world.
ESR’s genomic science encompasses microbial, human, meta and forensic genomics, transcriptomics and epigen omics.
ESR provides science services and research capability across a number of science disciplines.
He Whakanōhanga Rangahau a Karauna te ESR e whakarato ana i ngā ratonga rangahau me ngā kaha pūtaiao puta noa i ngā peka pūtaiao maha.
Access data and gain insights from ESR's science in Ngā Kete. Ngā Kete includes a collection of powerful dashboards and tools demonstrating the value of our science in a range of areas important to Aotearoa New Zealand.
Find out more about the work we do and the real-world impact it's having on New Zealand.
Some of our current research projects
Find references to the published work of ESR scientists across our science disciplines.
Access data and gain insights from ESR's science in Ngā Kete. The Hub includes a collection of powerful dashboards and tools demonstrating the value of our science in a range of areas important to New Zealand.
Find out more about ESR's senior leaders.
Meet ESR's expert scientists and researchers.
Meet some of our leading women scientists and discover more about their careers.
An introduction to ESR's Board of Directors.
Our people are the backbone of our organisation. Read about our leaders, scientists and our Board.
ESR Genomics Week (7-11 November 2022) is an opportunity to bring together researchers from across New Zealand to learn from experts in the field of genomics.
ESR recommends people flush household taps to protect from lead exposure
ESR is proud to have helped inspire generations of Wellington school students about the magic of science for well over 25 years through the ESR Prize.
Native plants cope well in low quality soil, but new research shows they can thrive with wastewater irrigation too.