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New website for CMDT and MedTech CoRE
The Consortium for Medical Device Technologies (CMDT) and the MedTech Centre of Research Excellence (CoRE) have new websites.
Associate Professor Mark Sagar elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society Te Apārangi
Associate Professor Mark Sagar has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society Te Apārangi for his distinction in research and advancement of science and technology.
Dr Kelly Burrowes from the Auckland Bioengineering Institute has been looking at evidence coming out of the US on possible causes of vaping deaths and illnesses.
ABI Alumnus Mark Finch has been named one of the university's 40 Under 40
Congratulations to ABI Alumnus Mark Finch - now CTO of Vicon Motion Capture - for being named one of the university's 40 Under 40
Boxfish Research is New Zealand’s only company developing remote deep-sea submersibles
Read about how a team of ABI researchers is helping to give Boxfish a competitive edge.
The prestigious Sir Charles Hercus Health Research Fellowships has for the first time been awarded to ABI staff.
Congratulations to Dr JC Han and Dr Hayley Reynolds who have both been awarded Sir Charles Hercus Health Research Fellowships.
Improving rotors and Mars helicopters for NASA
Finbar Argus is a University of Auckland student on a NZ Space Scholarship at the NASA Ames Research Centre in California. Watch him describe the ground breaking project he is working on at NASA .
Associate Professor Andrew Taberner has been awarded a James Cook Fellowship
Associate Professor Andrew Taberner has been awarded a James Cook Research Fellowship for research titled ‘A 'dyno' for the heart: developing a new high-throughput instrument for measuring the performance of contracting heart cells’.
Auckland lab is using tech to help deaf people experience music
Inspired by deaf multi-percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie, the Augmented Human Lab at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute have created an innovative device.
Developing the first-ever reliable, on-the-spot test for sports-related concussion.
The Auckland Bioengineering Institute - together with other research groups that include the Institute of Environmental Science and Research - are developing the first-ever reliable, on-the-spot test for sports-related concussion.
Juan Pablo Forero Cortés and our Augmented Human Laboratory win the Public Good Award
Congratulations to Juan Pablo Forero Cortés and our Augmented Human Laboratory for winning a Public Good Award at the 2019 Best Design Awards New Zealand.
Promising screen-based eye test for kids
Dr Jason Turuwhenua has been involved in developing a tool to diagnose lazy eye more easily in very young children. The condition affects one in 25 kids and typically begins in infancy or early childhood.
Exercise and the health of our bones
Associate Professor Thor Besier talks about how different types of exercise can effect the health of our bones.
Tackling a problem that grows with age
We have an ageing population here in New Zealand and, you would assume, we are all hoping to live actively, happily and healthily into a long old age.
Kiwi bioengineer jets off to NASA
The University of Auckland PhD student is one of three Kiwis selected for the 16 week programme at the NASA Ames Research Centre in Silicon Valley.
Emerging Health Tech Innovators
One in three women suffer from stress urinary incontinence. JunoFem aims to help more women overcome this by improving the effectiveness of pelvic floor exercises - disrupting the US$8B female incontinence pad market while they’re at it.
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