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Science publications

At ESR, we undertake research, both independently and with partners, that makes a real difference to the lives of people in New Zealand and around the world. Supported by a dedicated Research Office, our research scientists are leaders in their field and utilise their applied science knowledge to their research programmes. 

Search through our published work, read some of our Research Case Studies, or contact our Research Office to find out how we can help you.

Registry for ResearchPublication


Title Source Authors Department Year Link
Experimental and computational investigation of the trajectories of blood drops ejected from the nose International Journal of Legal Medicine Geoghegan PH, Spence CJ), Wilhelm J, Kabaliuk N, Taylor MC, and Jermy MC Forensic Science 2015 Details
Systematic investigation of drip stains on apparel fabric Forensic Science International de Castro TC, Taylor MC , Kieser JA , Carr DJ, and Duncan W Forensic Science 2015 Details
Estimating the contribution of influenza to hospitalisations in New Zealand from 1994 to 2008 Vaccine 4087-4092 Khieu TQ, Pierse N, Telfar-Barnard LF, Huang QS, and Baker MG Health Science 2015 Details
Invasive ants carry novel viruses in their new range and form reservoirs for a honeybee pathogen Biology Letters Sébastien A, Lester PJ, Hall RJ, Wang J, Moore NE, Gruber MAM Health Science 2015 Details
Activity concentrations of 137Caesium and 210Polonium in seafood from fishing regions of New Zealand and the dose assessment for seafood consumers Journal of Environmental Radioactivity Pearson A, Gaw S, Hermanspahn N, Clover C. Radiation Science 2015 Details
Contextual Bias: What Bloodstain Pattern Analysts Need to Know Journal of Bloodstain Pattern Analysts Zajac R, Osborne NK, Singley, L, Taylor, MC Forensic Science 2015 Details
Does the use of probabilistic genotyping change the way we should view sub-threshold data? Australian Journal of Forensic Science JA Bright, J Buckleton (2) Forensic Science 2015 Details
Using Probabilistic Theory to Develop Interpretation Guidelines for Y-STR Profiles Forensic Science International: Genetics JA Bright, J.Buckleton Forensic Science 2015 Details
Health Risk Assessment: Domestic automated insecticide dispensers MoH Risk Assessment P.Cressey 2015 Details
Emergence of a fluoroquinolone-resistant ST6964 clone in human isolates of Campylobacter jejuni in New Zealand’ Antimicrobials 2016, Australian Society for Antimicrobials 17th Annual Meeting, Melbourne Convention Centre K. Dyet, R. Hawkes, D. Williamson and H. Heffernan Health Science 2016 Details