Auckland Bioengineering Institute
A bright spark fixing the electrics behind gut misery
30 January 2024
One student's success in the search for a link between unexplained gut misery and the electrical pulses in our stomach.
Medical imaging research centre launches
6 December 2023
A Medical Imaging Research Centre has just launched in the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences with goals of improving healthcare in the community.
HRC grants $15M to support careers in research
4 December 2023
Addressing inequities and fostering the next generation of researchers are aims of Health Research Council awards totalling $15M.
ABI awarded $2.8m from Marsden Fund
7 November 2023
Three Auckland Bioengineering Institute research programmes have received almost $3m in this year's Marsden awards round
University celebrates $21m of Marsden funding
2 November 2023
New Zealand's leading research institution, the University of Auckland, is celebrating a boost to research.
Education top performer in world rankings
2 November 2023
2024 subject rankings confirm leading role of University for research, teaching, international reach and knowledge transfer.
Peter Hunter: pioneering the digital twin
1 November 2023
The founding director of the Auckland Bioengineering Institute Professor Peter Hunter is stepping down. But the work to create a digital twin continues.
Royal Society Te Apārangi fellowships for soil, cancer, vaping research
27 October 2023
Three prestigious fellowships went to women scientists at the University.
Awards recognise excellence in research
19 October 2023
Awards recognise excellence in research from doctoral candidates to senior academics for 2023.
Researchers successful in initial Horizon Europe funding round
17 October 2023
Two University research programmes have gained funding from the world's largest research and innovation programme.
Vaping promises up in smoke
4 October 2023
Opinion: Vaping rates have rapidly risen. Our political parties are starting to take notice, but the next government must turn proposals into policies, says Kelly Burrowes
Merryn Tawhai: not a zero-to-hero move to be director
2 October 2023
Professor Merryn Tawhai’s path to promotion started when she became a research fellow at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute in 2002. Now she leads the team.