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Lobbying and other tactics from the junk food industry to defend their products and sway public policies are commonplace according to Professor Boyd Swinburn.
The University of Auckland is partnering with an American drug development company to launch a biotech start-up that will research novel cancer vaccines.
The first fifth year medical students in a new Regional-Rural Programme will soon be working at Whakatane Hospital and in local GP rooms.
A new gene therapy that may restore movement function to people with recent spinal cord injuries is the focus for spinal cord injury researcher Jarred Griffin.
Distinguished Professor Sir Richard Faull has been awarded Knight's Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to brain research.
Don’t miss this opportunity to get one-on-one course advice and degree planning help for the year ahead.
The UniBound programme is for Māori and Pacific students who are keen to study at tertiary level and want to boost their chances of success.
New study options support professionals to drive social innovation and leadership.
Nine of our leading researchers have been honoured by the Royal Society of New Zealand. Their research has a significant impact to the world we live in.
The Class of 2016 Yearbook celebrates students experience of campus life as well as showcasing high performing students and award winners.
152 Blues were awarded to students who have achieved in Sports, the Arts, and Service and Leadership.
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