In 2019, we focused our annual regional showcase on 'NZ Innovation for Sustainability.'
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An overview of the research interests of each of our nine new Associate Investigators.
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This article from our 2019 Annual Report provides information about the MacDiarmid Institute's latest inventions, patents and spinouts.
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Funding successes for our investigators and their research programmes during 2019. This funding enables our researchers and collaborators to continue their breakthrough research in advanced materials and nanotechnology.
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This article from our 2019 Annual Report provides information about the range of awards received by MacDiarmid Institute Investigators over the past year.
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Ahead of this weekend’s Climate Action Summit in New York, FLEET (Australia) and the MacDiarmid Institute (New Zealand) today announced a new partnership between the two science organisations, which share a mission to search for future low-energy electronics via the development of novel materials and devices.
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Eva Anton completed her PhD on lead-free piezoceramics at Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany before a Postdoctoral Fellowship of the Alexander-von-Humboldt foundation brought her to Victoria University of Wellington. There she worked with Profs. Ben Ruck and Joe Trodahl on rare-earth nitride ferromagnetic semiconductors. After a 2-year Postdoctoral Fellowship at KU Leuven, Belgium, Eva returned to Wellington to join Ben Ruck's spintronics group and work on magnetic memory devices for superconducting computing.
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In today’s tech-hungry world, lithium batteries are ubiquitous, with everything from your mobile phone to the neighbour’s electric car relying on the metal, and it’s easy to see why. Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries pack a punch, storing more energy than any other battery of equivalent size, and delivering power to where it’s needed, quickly and efficiently.
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Could bio-inspired self-assembled magnetic structures make computers more efficient?
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Our researchers use computers to reproduce conditions unachievable in a lab, such as the magnetic forces inside a white dwarf star.
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