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Tackling youth mental health; neurologist Chris Shaw; Liggins genomic game changer; Justice Dame Susan Glazebrook; war in Ukraine; music, books and more.
Professor Terryann Clark is one of many University of Auckland experts trying to improve the mental health of New Zealand's rangatahi.
Researchers from the Liggins Institute are about to harness genome technology in the hope of improving the well-being of critically ill babies.
Three University of Auckland experts each have a limit of 350 words to discuss the goal to be predator free by 2050.
Professor Chris Shaw is a neurologist at the forefront of gene therapies for neurodegenerative disorders.
The war in Ukraine is evolving as a dangerous trigger point for widespread global conflict. Three University experts analyse the issues.
Opinion: Alumnus Richard Pamatatau reflects on the impact of dogs as pets in people's lives.
Diplomat, toy maker, children's author: Graci Kim is full of surprises.
PhD student Te Kapua O’Connor worked with mentors to transform his research on Māori ancestors into a book for all.
Opinion: Justice Dame Susan Glazebrook speaks out about the plight of female judges in Afghanistan.
Forget skipping your flat white. Simran Kaur shares better ideas to grow wealth in her top-rating financial podcast that targets women.
7 tips to sleep better; Ersha Island; Vision Bus impact; Ken Gorbey; Bernard Sama; Field Club Reunion; Glen Dromgoole and his electric chopper; much more.
Ingenio information. This photo by Olaf Petersen (Auckland War Memorial Museum) shows Bruce Hayward and Glenys Puch who met at Auckland University Field Club.
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