Waipapa Taumata Rau, University of ŠÓ°ÉAPPhas returned another string of successful results in the annual SCOPR report, including coming out first for theā¦
Formerly home to the iconic Lion Brewery, Waipapa Taumata Rau | University of ŠÓ°ÉAPPpurchased the 5.2-hectare Khyber Pass property in May 2013. Just overā¦
The inaugural Nexus Summit was held on Thursday last week in Toroa Room at PwC tower. More than 70 people from 24 different organisations (including sevenā¦
Congratulations to our Waipapa Taumata Rau, University of ŠÓ°ÉAPP2023 KiwiNet Finalists.Ā Our three finalists are: Dr Olivia Ogilvie for the Sproutā¦
Tui Tuia | Learning Circle strengthens its professional development service for educators in Literacy and Numeracy by appointing a new Literacy &ā¦
The UniServices Board is getting a new Chair. Professor Frank Bloomfield has been appointed by Waipapa Taumata Rau, the University of ŠÓ°ÉAPPCouncil asā¦
Growing Up in New Zealand has released the latest round of new findings from the ongoing longitudinal study of young New Zealanders.Ā
SPARX, a free e-therapy game that helps New Zealand youth with mild to moderate depression, has a new website that improves user experience
UniServices has appointed Hamish MacKenzie as Executive Director ā Finance.
UniServices, the research application and commercialisation company of Waipapa Taumata Rau, University of Auckland, has appointed two senior MÄori leadersā¦
Networking, advancing innovation and saving the planet ā these were the reasons some 240 entrepreneurs, researchers, policy makers, investors and socialā¦
The Blue & Green Technology Conference, developed by the U.S. Embassy & Consulate New Zealand and UniServices, will take place in TÄmaki Makaurauā¦
UniServices has appointed a Manutaki Whanaketanga Umanga MÄori (MÄori Business Development Director), Dion Peita (Te RÄrawa, NgÄti Te Ata Waiohua, NgÄtiā¦
New research based on Growing Up in New Zealand data has shown that mothers are more likely to have decided to have their girls immunised for HPV than theirā¦
A fund to accelerate the development of Waipapa Taumata Rau, University of ŠÓ°ÉAPPstart-ups and research with commercial potential isā¦
Research commissioned by the Productivity Commission looking at childrenās access to resources that matter for their development and wellbeing, has shownā¦
New spin-out company TheiaNovaĀ is working to introduce a groundbreaking, non-invasive treatment for the eye disease keratoconus.
The Blue & Green Technology Conference, a partnership between New Zealand and the United States, will be held in Tamaki Makaurau ŠÓ°ÉAPPon 7-8ā¦
°Ā³óÄå°ł²¹³Ü°ł²¹³Ü has a new director. Abigail Milnes, who became acting director in September 2021, has been confirmed to continue permanently in the role.
Aotearoa New Zealandās best in research commercialisation have been honoured and three of the seven winners are associated with Waipapa Taumata Rauā¦
°Ā³óÄå°ł²¹³Ü°ł²¹³Ü is hosting the Youth Leadership Symposium 2022, a full-day youth-powerful hui that brings together over 100 passionate young leaders between theā¦
UniServices has appointed a new Pacific business development director to build and nurture key business relationships with the Pacific community.
A new research project by Waipapa Taumata Rau | University of ŠÓ°ÉAPPresearchers and Pacific partners aims to investigate mental health challenges inā¦
A new report shows Waipapa Taumata Rau, University of Auckland, is among the most impactful public research institutions in Australasia.
The large study included information collected by 'Growing Up in New Zealand' and provides valuable insight into IVF outcomes in a local context.
The research drew on data from thousands of children in the 'Growing Up in New Zealand' study and raises concerns about the habits becoming long-term.
Volunteering is at the heart of a New Zealand experience for a group of students from Hong Kong studying with the English Language Academy (ELA), theā¦
Making the connection drew on information from over a thousand wÄhine MÄori participating in child development study 'Growing Up in New Zealand'.
Working closely with MÄori experts, UniServices has put together a new MÄori intellectual property policy for the company to reflect its responsibilitesā¦
Smokefree May is the perfect time to kick the habit and the National Institute for Health Innovation (NIHI) invites any smoker who wants to make a healthyā¦
The Centre for Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging (CAMRI), based at the University of Auckland, has invested in a major upgrade to its imaging capabilitiesā¦
New research has revealed that nearly half of New Zealand babies are being introduced to food earlier or later than is recommended, putting them at greaterā¦
Growing Up in New ZealandāsĀ new Research Director, Dr Sarah-Jane Paine, comes to the study with a passion for the health and wellbeing of mothers andā¦
Triple P, with support fromĀ °Ā³óÄå°ł²¹³Ü°ł²¹³Ü, is giving Kiwi whÄnau free access to practical resources for building childrenās emotional resilience.
The (NIHI), based at the University ofā¦
Children in Aotearoa New Zealand have displayed strength in the face of adversity according to one of the worldās largest surveys looking at the impact ofā¦
Future Learning Solutions ā the University of Aucklandās professional development service for educators - is delighted to launch its new bilingual name: Tuiā¦
New Zealandās largest longitudinal study of child development is about to launch the most comprehensive collection of data ever conducted with intermediate-ā¦
°Ā³óÄå°ł²¹³Ü°ł²¹³Ü is completely embracing its name with a new website, URL and social media handles.
University of Auckland-affiliated researchers have successfully demonstrated that cows can be toilet trained. Itās no joke. Lindsay Matthews and Douglasā¦
Sue Dashfield, director of , has been seconded to the Ministry of Healthā¦
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.
The worldās largest media arts festival is coming to Aotearoa New Zealand. From 8 to 12 September 2021, Te Herenga WakaāVictoria University of Wellingtonā¦
In-depth, independent report also released, benchmarking NZ CleanTech in a global context
New research reveals that a significant number of babies are not being fed in accordance with New Zealandās infant feeding guidelines and this puts them atā¦
Project will coordinate monitoring of vaccines across the globe on a scale never previously seen.
How cold are Kiwi kids bedrooms?Ā Growing Up in New Zealand decided to find out and has identified theĀ ideal indoor temperature and humidity range for goodā¦
Increasing evidence suggests that a motherās nutritional status at the onset of pregnancy has an important influence on the growth and development of herā¦
Associate Minister of Health Dr Ayesha Verrall checked out the University of Aucklandās Immunisation Advisory Centre (IMAC), operated by UniServices on theā¦
The Ministry of Health has contractedĀ the Immunisation Advisory Centre (IMAC), operated by UniServices and based at the University of Auckland, to provideā¦
The University of ŠÓ°ÉAPPis partnering with Kiwi insurer, Tower, to align academic research capabilities with real world industry needs. Together theyā¦
Our latest investment through the University of Aucklandā¦
Kara Technologies co-founder and CEO Arash Tayebi has just been recognised in the 2020 Meaningful Business 100, an award celebrating business leaders aroundā¦
New Zealand eight-year-olds are mostly living busy, healthy, happy lives in supportive families and developing a growing sense of their own identity andā¦
Objective Acuity, a UniServices spin-out, is one of four winning businesses in Spark New Zealandās 5G Starter Fund competition.
JunoFem CEO Jen Barnes placed third for her pitch on femfitĀ® in the Australian event for She Loves Tech, the worldās largest start-up competition for womenā¦
The results of a study co-designed by Countdown supermarkets and the National Institute for Health Innovation (NIHI), operated byā¦
University of ŠÓ°ÉAPPresearchers have been recognised as finalists in the 2020 KiwiNet Research Commercialisation awards. They got their start fromā¦
A commitment to solving the complex needs of Aotearoa at an extraordinary time has seen experts from the University of ŠÓ°ÉAPPrallying round to provideā¦
LEAP, standing for āLeadership Education Authority Projectā, recently featured in local newspaper Solomon Star. The sentiment of the article was notā¦
ManawatÅ«-based university science and technology staff and student entrepreneurs will be able to bring their startup projects to market faster, and withā¦
Preparing for the eventual licensure and delivery of COVID-19 vaccine (or vaccines) is a big undertaking. Ā āItās a huge responsibility - delivering aā¦
A new mobile app named Manaaki is described by Gayl Humphrey, the study lead from UniServices' National Institute for Health Innovation (NIHI) at theā¦
Research Excellence Award winners exemplify success in bringing ideas to life for the public good.
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Professor Susan Morton and her team of researchers will soon release their latest data from the Growing Up in New Zealand study.
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 ofā¦
We are in unprecedented times. Right across UniServices, we have been monitoring the situation closely and working on the best possible solutions andā¦
New Zealandās expertise in maternal and infant health research has led to the University of Aucklandās Liggins Institute and its research transfer company,ā¦
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 globalā¦
Funding to connect our top researchers with budding innovators is the latest milestone in the Governmentās plan to boost research and development, createā¦
Sensor Holdings Limited has purchased ŠÓ°ÉAPPBioengineering Institute spin-out StretchSense Limited, of which UniServices was shareholder.Ā
A significant Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed in Japan will be of great benefit to New Zealand entrepreneurs and researchers.
UniServices Executive Director Commercialisation Will Charles was awarded the MinterEllisonRuddWatts Commercialisation Professional award at this year'sā¦
Surgical Design Studio (SDS), a provider of innovative products for gastrointestinal diseases, today announces its medical devices have been grantedā¦
Professor Freshwater brings considerable global experience in the higher education sector. Her academic background and leadership will form a foundation forā¦
Twelve outstanding finalists have been selected for the seventh annual KiwiNet Research Commercialisation Awards, designed toā¦