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Children in Aotearoa New Zealand have displayed strength in the face of adversity according to one of the world’s largest surveys looking at the impact of…

Tui Tuia Learning Circle logo

Future Learning Solutions – the University of Auckland’s professional development service for educators - is delighted to launch its new bilingual name: Tui…

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New Zealand’s largest longitudinal study of child development is about to launch the most comprehensive collection of data ever conducted with intermediate-…

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Whāraurau is completely embracing its name with a new website, URL and social media handles.

Lindsay Matthews with cows

University of Auckland-affiliated researchers have successfully demonstrated that cows can be toilet trained. It’s no joke. Lindsay Matthews and Douglas…

Sue Dashfield

Sue Dashfield, director of Whāraurau, has been seconded to the Ministry of Health…

Andy Shenk

Andy Shenk reflects on how the current outbreak is similar and different from New Zealand's previous outbreaks, as well as on UniServices is adapting.

Owl in boat

The world’s largest media arts festival is coming to Aotearoa New Zealand. From 8 to 12 September 2021, Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington…

Trees forming circular pattern

In-depth, independent report also released, benchmarking NZ CleanTech in a global context

baby being fed

New research reveals that a significant number of babies are not being fed in accordance with New Zealand’s infant feeding guidelines and this puts them at…

GVDN team

Project will coordinate monitoring of vaccines across the globe on a scale never previously seen.

Young girl with temperature sensor

How cold are Kiwi kids bedrooms?  Growing Up in New Zealand decided to find out and has identified the ideal indoor temperature and humidity range for good…

baby

Increasing evidence suggests that a mother’s nutritional status at the onset of pregnancy has an important influence on the growth and development of her…

Minister Verrall visits IMAC

Associate Minister of Health Dr Ayesha Verrall checked out the University of Auckland’s Immunisation Advisory Centre (IMAC), operated by UniServices on the…

Vaccine

The Ministry of Health has contracted the Immunisation Advisory Centre (IMAC), operated by UniServices and based at the University of Auckland, to provide…

New Zealand road

The University of Auckland is partnering with Kiwi insurer, Tower, to align academic research capabilities with real world industry needs. Together they…

Tinnibot app

Our latest investment through the University of Auckland…

The Kara team and Niki

Kara Technologies co-founder and CEO Arash Tayebi has just been recognised in the 2020 Meaningful Business 100, an award celebrating business leaders around…

Now we are eight

New Zealand eight-year-olds are mostly living busy, healthy, happy lives in supportive families and developing a growing sense of their own identity and…

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Objective Acuity, a UniServices spin-out, is one of four winning businesses in Spark New Zealand’s 5G Starter Fund competition.

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JunoFem CEO Jen Barnes placed third for her pitch on femfit® in the Australian event for She Loves Tech, the world’s largest start-up competition for women…

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The results of a study co-designed by Countdown supermarkets and the National Institute for Health Innovation (NIHI), operated by…

Russell and Klaus

University of Auckland researchers have been recognised as finalists in the 2020 KiwiNet Research Commercialisation awards. They got their start from…

Nick Gant Nightingale trial

A commitment to solving the complex needs of Aotearoa at an extraordinary time has seen experts from the University of Auckland rallying round to provide…

Solomon Star LEAP article

LEAP, standing for ‘Leadership Education Authority Project’, recently featured in local newspaper Solomon Star. The sentiment of the article was not…

Momentum

Manawatū-based university science and technology staff and student entrepreneurs will be able to bring their startup projects to market faster, and with…

Signing of MOU

Preparing for the eventual licensure and delivery of COVID-19 vaccine (or vaccines) is a big undertaking.  “It’s a huge responsibility - delivering a…

Manaaki gambling support app

A new mobile app named Manaaki is described by Gayl Humphrey, the study lead from UniServices' National Institute for Health Innovation (NIHI) at the…

Professor Wei Gao

Research Excellence Award winners exemplify success in bringing ideas to life for the public good.

Professor Susan Morton

Professor Susan Morton and her team of researchers will soon release their latest data from the Growing Up in New Zealand study.

Sketch of Auckland city

Kia ora, We are embarking on an unprecedented journey over the coming weeks in our duty to keep New Zealand safe. Our priority is the health and welfare of…

Andy Shenk

We are in unprecedented times. Right across UniServices, we have been monitoring the situation closely and working on the best possible solutions and…

Chinese mother bending forward while holding her baby playfully and they are both smiling

New Zealand’s expertise in maternal and infant health research has led to the University of Auckland’s Liggins Institute and its research transfer company,…

TB

A network of TB researchers across NZ are working with UniServices to create a NZ-wide TB Research Consortium to join with TB Alliance and other global…

Beehive.Govt

Funding to connect our top researchers with budding innovators is the latest milestone in the Government’s plan to boost research and development, create…

StretchSense

Sensor Holdings Limited has purchased Auckland Bioengineering Institute spin-out StretchSense Limited, of which UniServices was shareholder. 

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A significant Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed in Japan will be of great benefit to New Zealand entrepreneurs and researchers.

Will Charles

UniServices Executive Director Commercialisation Will Charles was awarded the MinterEllisonRuddWatts Commercialisation Professional award at this year's…

Surgical Design Studio

Surgical Design Studio (SDS), a provider of innovative products for gastrointestinal diseases, today announces its medical devices have been granted…

Dawn Freshwater

Professor Freshwater brings considerable global experience in the higher education sector. Her academic background and leadership will form a foundation for…

Will Charles

Twelve outstanding finalists have been selected for the seventh annual KiwiNet Research Commercialisation Awards, designed to…