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The audacious questions that will be critical to all our futures require bold answers. Answers that can truly change lives for the better.
We have before us the opportunity not only to create the optimal environment for our babies, but also to ensure that they will have improved health as adults.
Educational achievement among our young people is critical to New Zealand’s future, not only for those young people but for the generations to come.
By increasing the support we can provide to students from low socio-economic backgrounds, we have the opportunity to ensure that their talents are not wasted.
New Zealand’s ability to operate successfully on the global stage hinges on our being able to understand and work alongside people from other cultures.
With the help of our supporters the University of Auckland could have a key role in creating the kind of robust economy New Zealand needs.
We need to develop creativity in all our students, and in our community, to prepare for the transformations that will be required by an unpredictable future.
The power of ‘big data’ will be limited only by the resources that can be made available to unlock its potential.
New Zealand has one of the worst records in loss of native species. Can we work together to achieve richer, healthier, more uniquely New Zealand surroundings?
Researchers at the University are examining ways of minimising loss and damage, and speeding recovery, after major earthquakes.
We have the opportunity to demonstrate global leadership in research that will bring about intergenerational change to reduce violence and transform society.
We need to back our researchers so they can help to transform the way that cancer is treated, leading to dramatically improved survival rates for patients.
We have the opportunity to redefine old age as a fulfilling stage of life, without burden to our diminishing younger generations.
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