Read about some of the ways our students are getting involved in research and creating new knowledge.
As the world is being warned about a post-antibiotic era, Luke Stevenson is digging in to discover new antibiotics from bacteria that live in New Zealand soil
Age may be just a number, but according to research on kākā by PhD candidate Julia Loepelt, older doesn’t necessarily mean wiser.
AuramerBio is a medical diagnostics company set to revolutionise the way medical professionals diagnose and monitor the health of their patients.
The Spintronics group at our University is at the cutting edge of device fabrication, building electronics atom by atom that will be used throughout the world.
Almost 50 years after the first seismometer was placed on the moon, Jesse Dimech is heading to NASA to take up a post-doctoral role to investigate moonquakes.
From poor to excellent, how would you rate your health last year?
For those wanting to predict their favourite player’s success, or make sense of team selection in sports, understanding the statistics off the field is crucial.
Our lives are made up of the interactions we have with others. Emma Tennent analyses these interactions to see how we make sense of the world through language.
Ben Higgs’s spent six weeks on a NIWA research vessel to investigate a recently discovered underwater field of methane seeps off the coast of Gisborne.
“You have the right to remain silent.”