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Zoologists study animals and their behaviour in the wild or in captivity, and how they interact with other species and their environments.
Chemists study the make-up and behaviour of chemicals, and may use their findings to develop new products and processes.
Kaimātai Koiora Moana
Marine biologists study animals and plants that live in the sea and freshwater, and how they interact with their surroundings.
Medical physicists help plan radiation treatment for patients, check and monitor radiation equipment, and develop new treatment techniques.
Kaimātai Koiora Mororiki
Microbiologists study micro-organisms, such as bacteria, viruses and fungi, and the effects they have on plants, animals and humans. They also develop products from micro-organisms to benefit humans or the environment.
Kairarau Matū Koiora
Biochemists study the chemical structure and function of animals, plants and micro-organisms such as bacteria and viruses. They use this research to develop medical, industrial and agricultural products.
Ringa Hangarau Koiora
Biotechnologists use their knowledge of living things to develop new animal or plant products such as medicines and pest-resistant crops.
Science technicians help scientists carry out research, testing and experiments in areas such as chemistry, earth sciences, life sciences and physical sciences.
Meteorologists study the atmosphere to understand and predict weather and climate.
Kaipūtaiao Taiwhanga Rongoā
Medical laboratory scientists carry out laboratory tests on blood, tissues and other samples taken from patients.
Forensic scientists apply scientific knowledge and skills to investigate crimes and help the police find or eliminate crime suspects. They may research developing or improving forensic techniques.
Kaimātai Aro Whenua
Geologists study Earth processes, such as earthquakes, floods and volcanic eruptions, to predict future events. They also advise on natural hazards and how to develop or use the Earth's land and resources.
Food technologists research, develop and improve food and drink products and their processing, packaging, storage and safety.
Kaimātai Pūtaiao Whenua
Geophysicists use data-collecting technology to study natural processes of the Earth, such as earthquake and volcanic activity, and to locate minerals, oil and gas, or groundwater.
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