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Dr Tony Fernando Research

The science of sleep

Dr Tony Fernando discusses ‘late sleepers’, a biologically and genetically determined condition, on TVNZ's Breakfast.

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Alberto Cairo Ihaka Lecture

Visual trumpery: How charts lie – and how they make us smarter

Alberto Cairo (Knight Chair in Visual Journalism, University of Miami) will be teaching attendees to become more critical and better informed readers of charts.

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Daniel McCormick News

Babies and Parkinson’s sufferers benefit

A generous gift of $2 million from the Hugo Charitable Trust will help research into growth restriction in babies and to help those with Parkinson’s disease.

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Nick Waaka News

Second chance just what the doctor ordered

Getting into medical school is a big deal for any student. For Nicholas Waaka it's an even greater achievement after he was given a second chance at university.

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Quentin Atkinson News

Tracking the spread of early hunter-gatherers through language

Scientists have further evidence that an ancient family of languages spread across most of the Australian continent over the last 6000 years.

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Elam by Logan Moffat (cropped) News

‘Handsome and generous’ painting wins top portrait prize

Elam student Logan Moffat has won this year's Adam Portrait Award with a work that depicts his daily life at art school.

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Mt Yasur, Vanuatu

Volcano research may safeguard communities

Ben Simons (Environment) talks about the passion of volcanologists worldwide, the annual #VolcanoCup and his research on constantly active Mt Yasur in Vanuatu.

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The Black Death Lecture

The Black Death and European expansion

Professor James Belich argues that the plague era incubated developments which improved both the motives and the means for expansion.

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UTS Blackfriars Research Hub, Sydney, Courtesy: TGZ Event

FFWD18: Architects discuss design for urban spaces

Popular lecture and discussion series Fast Forward returns from March to May with a focus on high-quality design for Auckland’s expanding urban areas.

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Business School Seminar

Understanding immigrant religion in a world that is not flat

R Stephen Warner will lead a seminar on the impact and consequences of different religions in immigrant populations in the United States and New Zealand.

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Toddler Lecture

A healthy start for a healthy life

Join the Liggins Institute on 28 March to discover the impact NZ scientists have had on the healthcare of mothers and babies and what the future holds.

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Volunteer Expo 2017 Events

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The Inside Word blog Blog

The Inside Word

Written by first-year students, The Inside Word blog captures what it’s like to study here at the University. Subscribe so you never miss a post!

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