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Nature paper echoes work of Turing with implications for future electronics, optics and CO2 catalysis.

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Nature paper echoes work of Turing with implications for future electronics, optics and CO2 catalysis.

In work published in the journal Nature Nanotechnology, scientists each side of the Tasman have discovered that diverse types of...

January 18, 2021

The search for a better battery

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The search for a better battery

Dr Shalini Duvya from went on RadioNZ to talk about how she is starting a company to create the next...

January 18, 2021

MacDiarmid Business Scholarships for Alumni

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MacDiarmid Business Scholarships for Alumni

Every year, we offer a limited number of competitive scholarships for our alumni to undertake further postgraduate study in business...

December 17, 2020

Big waves bring kiwi home

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Big waves bring kiwi home

Nanocamp alumni Dr Leighton Watson returns to Aotearoa as a recipient of a Rutherford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship.

December 16, 2020

Industrial toxin recycling startup attracts international investors

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Industrial toxin recycling startup attracts international investors

Zincovery has raised over $1 million to help commercialise a product that will reduce environmental toxins created by the galvanising...

December 10, 2020

How a breakthrough material could supercharge our homes and cars

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How a breakthrough material could supercharge our homes and cars

Martin Allen is replacing the silicon we use in electronic devices to make them faster, smaller and more efficient.

November 24, 2020

How high-tech recycling could stop waste batteries becoming the next plastic crisis

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How high-tech recycling could stop waste batteries becoming the next plastic crisis

Nano-recycling in making the most of the tiny-scale but potentially harmful waste from batteries, circuit boards and more.

November 10, 2020

Green energy: You've got cheap data, is cheap power next?

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Green energy: You've got cheap data, is cheap power next?

The iPhone transformed mobile phones in just 10 years; could green energy create a similar revolution?

November 4, 2020

Unexpected directions make new maps

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Unexpected directions make new maps

Becoming CEO of a startup is never straightforward, but Dr Kyle Webster has taken the ‘long road’ to an extreme

October 22, 2020

MacDiarmid Institute winners at the 2020 Kiwinet Awards

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MacDiarmid Institute winners at the 2020 Kiwinet Awards

Congratulations to Eldon Tate and Jim Johnston for their big wins at the Kiwinet Research Commercialisation Awards.

October 20, 2020

Postdocs: the key to NZ's post-Covid recovery

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Postdocs: the key to NZ's post-Covid recovery

Co-Directors Nicola Gaston and Justin Hodgkiss write about funding postdocs to keep talent in New Zealand and elevate the economy.

October 14, 2020

$48 million for MacDiarmid Institute as government recognises its research excellence for fourth time

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$48 million for MacDiarmid Institute as government recognises its research excellence for fourth time

The MacDiarmid Institute’s selection by the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) in the 2019/20 CoRE round means it will receive $48...

October 9, 2020

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