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Links to your school programme

This seminar links to NCEA Level 3 Achievement Standards:

  • AS 90715 Describe the role of DNA in relation to gene expression
  • AS 90716 Describe animal behaviour and plant responses in relation to environmental factors
  • AS 90718 Describe applications of biotechnological techniques

About the presenters

Dr Guy Warman leads the Chronobiology Research Group at The University of Auckland. A range of chronobiology research is conducted at the university with interdisciplinary projects between the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences and the School of Biological Sciences. Projects include molecular and behavioural chronobiology in both animals and plants, and applied research on human chronobiology and chronopharmacology.

Useful resources

Circadian Rhythms


Teenagers and Sleep

Biological Clocks

Scientific Papers available online

Connections between Circadian Rhythms and previous LENScience seminars