Sugar Science in Schools

June 1, 2021, 7:20 p.m.

While research and science are being brought into schools all the time further south, Te Tai Tokerau schools often miss out. The Moko Foundation and the Maurice Wilkins Centre have formed a partnership to explore sugar absorption and sharing knowledge about sugar with students. It not only provides interesting data which aims to improve health outcomes it gives students an opportunity to see scientific research in action - WATCH THE STORY TO LEARN MORE. 

Tags: Health and Well-being

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