We have formal Memorandums of Understanding (MoU) with the Australian National Fabrication Facility and the Centre for Convergent Bio-Nano Science and Technology in Australia and in 2016 signed an MoU with the National Institute for Materials Science in Japan.
We have several other MoUs in the pipeline. All MacDiarmid Institute researchers have strong and ongoing collaborations with international partners, including with members of our International Science Advisory Board, many of whom are based at Ivy League universities and top research colleges and institutions around the world.
The Asia Nano Forum (ANF) is a nanotechnology networking organisation covering 15 economies in the Asia Pacific region. ANF’s mission is to promote responsible research and development of nanotechnology that educationally, socially, environmentally and economically benefits each economy by fostering international network and collaboration.
CHIASMA is New Zealand’s premier student-led organisation that fosters connections between science and business, connecting university students to high-tech industries.
Eureka! The Sir Paul Callaghan Awards for young science orators.
Te Rōpū Āwhina in the Faculties of Science, Engineering, Architecture and Design at Victoria University of Wellington, was established in 1999. The kaupapa of Āwhina is to produce Māori and Pacific scientists, technologists, engineers, architects and designers to contribute to Māori and Pacific community development and leadership.