Kyoto University’s Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences (iCeMS) today opened an on-site lab in Wellington, operated jointly with the MacDiarmid Institute.
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Ahead of launching our new logo, we looked at the whakapapa of our original one.
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MacDiarmid Institute led research received $6.2 million funding in 2021 Te Pūtea Rangahau a Marsden, the Marsden Fund.
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We celebrated the collaboration and partnership with Whakarewarewa Village by signing a second MOU and a Statement of Intent.
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We continued our NanoGirl Labs partnership last year to deliver science videos for children learning at home during lockdown.
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Nicola Gaston and Sally Brooker were invited to join a German Academic Exchange Service-funded delegation to Germany..
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Summer studentship descriptions for our DiscoveryCamp and Discovery Scholarship Alumni.
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2020 was an extraordinarily challenging year worldwide, the MacDiarmid Institute community is an amazing resource and support network.
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PhD candidate and MacDiarmid Institute researcher Stephanie Lambie from successfully kick-started a new collaboration with FLEET.
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Co-Directors Nicola Gaston and Justin Hodgkiss write about funding postdocs to keep talent in New Zealand and elevate the economy.
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The market failure imposed by the use of Tiwai Point as an aluminium smelter does not mean that there are no other good options. Nicola Gaston explores five of them.
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Associate Professor Nicola Gaston discusses the science behind feminum from Wonder Woman on RadioNZs' Nights.
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