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  • Campbell, A. M. (2018). Dr Alison Campbell: Bold claims of water machine examined. In Wanganui Chronicle. [on-line news site].

  • Campbell, A. M. (2018). Evolution education in New Zealand. In H. Deniz, & L. Bordgerling (Eds.), Evolution Education Around The Globe (in press, publication date July 2018) (pp. 431-446). USA: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-90939-4

  • Campbell, A. M. (2018). Magic water: cure or con?. In Radio New Zealand.

  • Campbell, A. (2017). Transition planning: staying abreast of changes in school genetics curriculum.. In First-Year Science Educators Colloquium 2017. Conference held Wellington, NZ.

  • Campbell, A. M. (2017). Evolution Education in NZ: past, present & future. In NZ Skeptics. Conference held Wellington, New Zealand.

  • Frielick, S., Keegan, T. T. A., Campbell, A., Kuruvila, A., & McIsaac, J. (2017). Professional recognition of tertiary teaching - a connected teacher panel. In LEARNFest 2017, Waikato University.

  • Campbell, A. M. (2017). Human evolution – new discoveries, and how do we accommodate them in our teaching?. In Biolive and ChemEd Conference: Outstanding in Your Field. Conference held at St Peter's School, Cambridge, New Zealand.

  • Moffat, K., & Bond, M. (2017). New Zealand. The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 52(4), 698-710. doi:10.1177/0021989417731418

  • Campbell, A. (2014). Policy engagement session. In Transforming Public Engagement on Controversial Science & Technology. Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Campbell, A. M. (2014). Science communication: blogging, pecha kucha, and reaching the undecided (& everybody else!). In Absolutely Positively Science, a Conference for Women in Science. Wellington, New Zealand.

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