It is located at New Zealand and have employs around 400. The expert minds whose independent scientific advice and services help to improve our collective, economic and social wellbeing. Using the largest team of forensic, social, radiation, environmental and infectious disease scientists and epidemiologists in New Zealand deliver solutions for local, central government, industry and other science organizations. Their expertise, experience and networks gained trust to solve complex problems, collect, collate and analyze huge amounts of data and invented a range of national science assets and facilities for New Zealand.
ESR is proud to be a partner of the National Science Challenges Crazy & Ambitious Conference 2017. There are several exciting sessions planned with our very own Brent Gilpin as a keynote speaker. The conference is being held 8-10 May at Te Papa in Wellington.
Science and Innovation Minister, Paul Goldsmith, has announced ESR's Dr Jill Vintiner as one of three new appointees to the Science Board. The Science Board is responsible for the allocation of funding used predominantly by research organizations for science, technology, research, and related activities. The other departments are: Water science, Forensic science, Health science, Work place and drug testing, Food science, Radiation science, Social Systems, Pharmaceutical programe.
Our forensic laboratories are accredited by the Laboratory Accreditation Board of the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors. The quality of our forensic work is our top priority and accreditation ensures our quality management system meets the highest international standards for forensic laboratories. ESR aids and supports health authorities, local and central government, industry and communities by supplying scientific advice and expertise on the management of drinking-water, groundwater, recreational and waste solutions. Our work includes the surveillance and reporting of drinking-water quality, scientific advice on health and environment public policy, research on water quality issues related to drinking water and recreational waters and information systems management. As the Forensic Programe Manager, Jill is responsible for the programe’s financial performance, quality assurance, science development and overall delivery. From attending crime scenes, to analyzing evidence, to testifying in court, her teams are responsible for the delivery of forensic services ESR provides for New Zealand’s justice system.
The following is the list of articles by scholars from Institute of Environmental Science and Research that are published in OMICS International journals.