Peter Griffin

Peter Griffin is a technology and science journalist. He writes for NOTED.co.nz, Listener and co-hosts the Bits+Bytes podcast on RNZ.
Peter Griffin

Peter Griffin is a Wellington-based technology and science journalist. He writes for NOTED.co.nz, the New Zealand Listener and co-hosts the Bits+Bytes podcast on RNZ. You can follow him on Twitter @petergnz

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107129 2019-06-12 00:00:00Z How agri-tech innovation in NZ can help solve the world's most pressing problems
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