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Discovery Scholarships for Māori and Pacific Island students

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Discovery Scholarships for Māori and Pacific Island students

Seven Discovery Scholarship recipients share who they are, and the awesome study they are undertaking.

November 23, 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...

November 22, 2021

NZ in the box seat on hydrogen

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NZ in the box seat on hydrogen

Principal Investigator, Sally Brooker writes about how New Zealand can take advantage of making green hydrogen to produce commodity...

November 19, 2021

Eric Le Ru awarded 2021 Hector Medal for work in Revolutionising chemical analysis at the nanoscale

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Eric Le Ru awarded 2021 Hector Medal for work in Revolutionising chemical analysis at the nanoscale

Principal Investigator Eric Le Ru, awarded the Hector Medal for research in analytical chemistry at the nanoscale using surface-enhanced spectroscopies.

November 18, 2021

The life of a logo

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The life of a logo

Ahead of launching our new logo, we looked at the whakapapa of our original one.

November 16, 2021

2021 MacDiarmid Institute  Marsden grant successes

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2021 MacDiarmid Institute Marsden grant successes

MacDiarmid Institute led research received $6. 2 million funding in 2021 Te Pūtea Rangahau a Marsden, the Marsden Fund.

November 3, 2021

MacDiarmid Institute Board Chair steps down to take up Royal Society leadership

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MacDiarmid Institute Board Chair steps down to take up Royal Society leadership

The MacDiarmid Institute farewelled Chair Paul Atkins who has taken up the position of Chief Executive of Royal Society Te...

November 2, 2021

 Geoffrey Waterhouse, awarded a James Cook fellowship for his 'Green Hydrogen Economy' technology

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Geoffrey Waterhouse, awarded a James Cook fellowship for his 'Green Hydrogen Economy' technology

Principal Investigator Geoffrey Waterhouse, awarded James Cook fellowship for his work in the Green Hydrogen Economy.

November 1, 2021

Discovery Scholarship Programme for Māori and Pacific Island students in tertiary science receives continued funding

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Discovery Scholarship Programme for Māori and Pacific Island students in tertiary science receives continued funding

We are delighted to announce the continued funding of the Discovery Scholarship Programme, for Māori and Pacific Island students.

October 29, 2021

NZ could lead the charge as interest grows in green hydrogen

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NZ could lead the charge as interest grows in green hydrogen

NZ could lead the charge as interest grows in green hydrogen as plans are underway to build the world’s largest...

October 25, 2021

Climate change impact on Māori wellbeing and culture 'sobering' yet 'insightful'

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Climate change impact on Māori wellbeing and culture 'sobering' yet 'insightful'

A new report highlighting the effects climate change will have on Māori in the coming decades is “sobering”, but presents an opportunity to adapt....

October 22, 2021

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s millions of tiny bits of plastic above our heads

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s millions of tiny bits of plastic above our heads

Tiny chunks of plastic are in our skies and they may be helping cool the climate, according to research published...

October 21, 2021

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