Three of the 15 spinouts associated with the MacDiarmid Institute have matured and grown to the point where they are demonstrating their benefit to society in terms of jobs created and product sold.
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Engender Ltd was formed by Principal Investigator Professor Cather Simpson in 2011 to provide a solution to the problem dairy farmers have of selecting the sex of their calves.
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While spinouts are an important and high profile measure of our focus on delivering benefit to society, they are not the only mechanism.
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This article from our 2018 Annual Report provides information about the MacDiarmid Institute's latest inventions, patents and spinouts.
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One of Alan MacDiarmid’s favourite sayings was “Science is People”, and once again we have truly put people in the centre of our science outreach this year with new and significant partnerships, and more than 50 public engagement activities throughout New Zealand.
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Using science knowledge to develop key technologies that address national and global issues is at the heart of what we...
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This graphic from our Annual Report shows the number of public engagement events the MacDiarmid Institute was involved in this year.
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We partnered with the Whakarewarewa Village Charitable Trust to use materials science to better understand the natural colours of geothermal rocks and waters at the Whakarewarewa Village and surrounding areas within the Taupō volcanic zone.
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We’ve partnered with Te Papa Tongarewa to include future sustainability science in the national museum’s new Te Taiao | Nature exhibition, opening in May 2019.
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We are developing a travelling science showcase that can be exhibited at different museums around New Zealand.
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We held a one-day forum entitled "MATERIALise: a sustainable future" at Te Papa in October.
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We have ongoing partnerships with many inspiring organisations and individuals throughout New Zealand to help share science knowledge and a passion for discovery with others.
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