Ahead of The Gluckman Symposium – and nearly a year on from stepping aside as the first Prime Minister's chief science advisor - Professor Sir Peter Gluckman spoke with Herald science reporter Jamie Morton.

World experts will be in Auckland next Thursday for a symposium recognising the long and distinguished career of one of New Zealand's most influential scientists, Professor Sir Peter Gluckman.

Hosted by the University of Auckland's Liggins Institute, the Gluckman Symposium will acknowledge his work in fetal and neonatal development, the origins of health and disease, and science policy and diplomacy. The day-long programme features

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