Our Co-Director Prof Nicola Gaston has been awarded the Thomson Medal by Royal Society Te Apārangi for transformative leadership for the research, science and innovation sector and as a ‘driver of change’ towards equity for women in science.
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Congratulations to our long list of Marsden winners this year - it's wonderful to see the talent being recognised with Fast-Start grants, and those at the next career stage with their first Standard grants, and especially great to see the strong thread of materials for sustainability running through this list.
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The topic for this year’s MacDiarmid Institute Regional Lecture Series is Good news for a change: Sustainability Tech in Aotearoa New Zealand and the science behind it.
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The Institute’s inaugural NanoCamp was held at Massey University during the week January 19-23, 2009. Principal
Investigator Professor Shane Telfer who led the first NanoCamp says NanoCamp was an unreserved success.
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MacDiarmid Institute led research received $7.84 million funding in 2022 Te Pūtea Rangahau a Marsden, the Marsden Fund.
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Associate Professor Aaron Marshall and Dr Laura Domigan focus on pathways from science to industry as part of "To Industry and Beyond".
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Each year MacDiarmid Institute investigators travel to regional centres to deliver public lectures on materials science and nanotechnology and how they impact our lives.
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Principal Investigator Eric Le Ru, awarded the Hector Medal for research in analytical chemistry at the nanoscale using surface-enhanced spectroscopies.
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