Browsing by Author "Hudson, Maui"

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  • The art of dialogue with indigenous communities in the new biotechnology world

    Hudson, Maui; Roberts, Mere; Smith, Linda Tuhiwai; Tiakiwai, Sarah-Jane; Hemi, Murray (Taylor & Francis, 2012)
    Te Hau Mihi Ata is a research project that aims to negotiate spaces for and develop processes of dialogue that allow for a deeper level of interaction between mtauranga Māori (Māori indigenous knowledge) and science. Over ...
  • Balancing openness with Indigenous data sovereignty: An opportunity to leave no one behind in the journey to sequence all of life

    Cartney, Ann M. Mc; Anderson, Jane; Liggins, Libby; Hudson, Maui; Anderson, Matthew Z.; TeAika, Ben; Geary, Janis; Cook-Deegan, Robert; Patel, Hardip R.; Phillippy, Adam M. (2022)
    The field of genomics has benefited greatly from its "openness" approach to data sharing. However, with the increasing volume of sequence information being created and stored and the growing number of international genomics ...
  • Changing genes: Science and being Maori

    Hudson, Maui (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2009)
    This commentary follows tangential lines of reason stimulated by Hook‟s thought- provoking paper, “Warrior genes” and the disease of being Māori (2009), to question the ethical responsibilities of scientists to the public ...
  • The development of guidelines for indigenous research ethics in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

    Hudson, Maui; Milne, Moe; Russell, Khyla; Smith, Barry; Reynolds, Paul; Atatoa-Carr, Polly (Vaartoe Centre for Sami Research, Umea University, 2016)
    The development of Indigenous frameworks for research ethics has been a key component of progressing Indigenous aspirations for research around the world. They have provided a focal point for challenging approaches to ...
  • Dialogue as a method for evolving Mātauranga Māori: Perspectives on the use of embryos in research

    Hudson, Maui; Roberts, Mere; Smith, Linda Tuhiwai; Hemi, Murray; Tiakiwai, Sarah-Jane (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2010)
    This paper explores the epistemological divide between mātauranga Māori (Māori knowledge) and science, and considers which cultural concepts have relevance when considering the use of embryos in research. We argue that ...