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Female students working in a laboratory Information evening

Engineer her future

Learn about senior school subject choices and studying engineering at our information evening for female high school students and their whanau on 26 October.

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Architect's rendering of the new Recreation Centre design Consultation

New Recreation and Wellness Centre concept design

Consultation on the concept design for a new Recreation Wellness Centre for the University of Auckland is now open.

What do you think?
Climathon! Sustainability

Climathon is coming

Climathon will give Aucklanders the chance to explore, innovate and influence our city's future. Our staff share their climate-related opinions in the build-up.

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South Australia temperate reef. Photo: Graham Edgar News

Study predicts changes in marine ecosystems

A new study based on the first global survey of marine life by scuba divers has provided fresh insights into how climate change may affect marine ecosystems.

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Agnès Le Port injecting a monitoring tag into a snapper, courtesy of Paul Caiger News

Snapper family ties provide new evidence on marine reserves

Research confirms what scientists have long suspected: the Goat Island Marine Reserve acts as a giant snapper nursery.

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Dr Rebecca Slykerman, lead co-author News

Taking probiotics may reduce postnatal depression

Auckland and Otago researchers have found evidence that a probiotic given in pregnancy can help prevent or treat symptoms of postnatal depression and anxiety.

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Pregnant woman News

Infrared cameras study found pregnant women should sleep on their side

Research has found that women who sleep on their backs in late pregnancy may cause problems for the baby.

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Dr Jenny Kruger and Dr Alys Clark of the Auckland Bioengineering Institute Opinion

Childbirth is never one size fits all

Dr Jenny Kruger and Dr Alys Clark, Auckland Bioengineering Institute, talk about their research into technology to help women before and after childbirth.

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PhD candidate Jasmine Plows and Dr Anna Ponnampalam Lecture

Period pain to pregnancy weight gain: What’s really going on in the amazing female body?

Come and hear four of our researchers unpick the science from the scaremongering to explain what we know about the business of being female.

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Taitanyk Toniu, one of the dancer students who will be performing in the series. Performance

Discovering bright stars in the making

Experience courage and creativity with our dance student’s raw and diverse choreography and performance works at the annual Dance Studies Performance Series.

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Drs Jenny Kruger and Alys Clark Talk

Women's health: Communication Comprehension Solution

Come join us at this talk by the Auckland Bioengineering Institute where we will be discussing women’s health issues that every woman should be aware of.

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Professor Graeme Aitken, Dean of the Faculty of Education and Social Work Dean's lecture

Ambition and Its Enemies: A Report Card on 40 Years of Leadership in Education

In his final lecture as Dean, Graeme Aitken will reflect on his experience of more than 40 years in the education sector.

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Professor Mark Vickers Lecture

An accidental journey into developmental programming

Mark Vickers discusses his journey into the field of developmental programming and hopes of reversing the later life consequences of early life adversity.

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2017 Summer Lab participants hanging out prior to their final presentations.
Summer Lab

Develop your entrepreneurial skills over summer

Summer Lab is a free six week accelerator programme that will give you the skills, tools and networks you need to unleash your ideas on the world.

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The executive team of the Auckland University CompSci Society with their Club of the Year award. Clubs Awards

New Club of the Year: Auckland University CompSci Society

Congratulations to the seven winners of our 2017 Clubs Awards!

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Spring Graduation 2017, procession along Victoria Street East Gallery

Graduation photos

Photographs from this year's Spring Graduation.

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Lucy McSweeney on the steps of Parliament: engineering student and mental health advocate and winner of the award for the most outstanding contribution (Service and Leadership) Congratulations

2017 Blues Awards

On Friday 29 September, 114 Blues were awarded to students who had achieved in sports, the arts and culture and service and leadership.

See the winners