A collection of academic writings and narratives from PNG writers.

Fulbright Scholarship: Disability Did Not Stop Him From Reading Law in the US

Alexander Palai is a Fulbright Scholar. He graduated with a Master of Laws Degree (LLM) at the University of Miami.  Alexander had polio infection at a tender age of two years old. The infection almost crippled him. However, it did not stop him from achieving his goal of becoming a…

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Mt Wilhelm Conservation Area Research and Conservation Field Trip

After the months of preparations for the Our Planet Reviewed” Scientific Expedition in Papua New Guinea, the time finally arrived to leave for the field and our convoy of four Land Cruisers heavily-laden with research teams and equipment took off from our base in Madang at around 4 am. Our…

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Our Planet Reviewed: International Scientific Expedition Papua New Guinea

Bradley Gewa (Left) is a former Research Technician from the New Guinea Binatang Research Centre in Madang, where he helped in the study of insect-plant interactions in the PNG rainforest, as well as supported community-based conservation projects. He has a keen affinity for nature, loves books and writing, and is a life-long…

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Binatang Research Centre: Study, Collaboration, Conservation

New Guinea Binatang Research Centre: Study, Collaboration and Conservation About the Writer: Bradley Gewa (Left) is a former Research Technician from the New Guinea Binatang Research Centre in Madang, where he helped in the study of insect-plant interactions in the PNG rainforest, as well as supported community-based conservation projects. He…

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PNG Scientist Visits Kew Royal Botanic Gardens

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Read about the Writer visit to London Kew Royal Botanic Gardens 2013

Bradley Gewa (front right) is a former Research Technician from the New Guinea Binatang Research Centre in Madang, where he helped in the study of insect-plant interactions in the PNG rainforest, as well as supported community-based conservation projects. He has a keen affinity for nature, loves books and writing, and is a…

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