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Mātātaki | The Challenge
For All Our Futures
The University of Auckland alumni magazine
Focus on tackling heart disease; fighting kauri dieback; Kiwis returning home because of Covid-19; 7 tips to get exercise easily; Charlotte Grimshaw's memoir.
Collaboration between communities and clinicians is vital for the cardiovascular research at Manaaki Mānawa. Donna Chisholm finds out where the needs lie.
Progress is being made in the fight against kauri dieback thanks to donor funding of university research.
Some of our brightest minds brought their knowledge and experience home when Covid-19 hit. Will they stay?
Three University of Auckland academics give their opinion on the question, in 350 words.
Alumna Charlotte Grimshaw reflects on her family life as the daughter of C.K. Stead in a powerful memoir.
Dr David Moreau says your exercise routine doesn't need to take hours each day. Get it done in ten minutes every day.
Emeritus Professor Colin Green describes his early academic life as 'a complete disaster'. Geraldine Johns finds out how that all changed.
Opinion: Prominent lawyer says trial by media, and social media, endangers the right to a fair trial
Heritage architect Jeremy Salmond’s life has revolved around history and conservation. In May 2021 he is being recognised as a distinguished alumnus.
Courtney Sina Meredith is the University’s 2021 Young Alumna of the Year. Janet McAllister explains why there’s a lot to love about this writer’s work.
Meet the rest of our Distinguished Alumni; plus Dame Claudia Orange; Golden Graduate Gae Griffiths; Law Professor Jaime King; farewell from Jenny Dixon
Details of the Ingenio team and information about the recyclable materials that the printed magazine is made from.
Read previous issues of Ingenio.
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