Tagged: Office of the NZ Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor

What do you want in a science commission? - Code for life

Grant Jacobs Oct 22, 2017

Now that New Zealand has a government, we can look to what they might do. Several parties offered to reorganise the Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor role, and to introduce a Science Commission. How would you like to see this role work? I’m going to offer a few suggestions to encourage people to put their ideas forward in the comments … Read More

Fluoride Free NZ report disingenuous – conclusion - Open Parachute

Ken Perrott Jan 06, 2015

This is the third and last article in a series critiquing contributions to the Fluoride Free NZ report “Scientific and Critical Analysis of the 2014 New Zealand Fluoridation Report“ which is aimed at discrediting the recent review Health Effects of Water Fluoridation: a Review of … Continue reading → … Read More

Did the Royal Society get it wrong about fluoridation? - Open Parachute

Ken Perrott Dec 14, 2014

Did the Royal Society of NZ and the Office of the NZ Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor make a big mistake in their report Health Effects of Water Fluoridation: a Review of the Scientific Evidence)? Did they misrepresent a scientific paper which … Continue reading → … Read More