Auckland Bioengineering Institute
Transformative treatments gain $2M HRC funding
25 May 2023
Inventive approaches to persistent health problems gain almost $2 million in HRC funding.
Peng Du’s lifelong mission, and eye for art
19 May 2023
Dr Peng Du’s gastrointestinal electrophysiology research allows high-tech investigation of gastric diseases.
How ‘digital twins’ will revolutionise health
3 May 2023
Opinion: The concept of ‘digital twins’ for engineering systems has been around for years, and as Peter Hunter describes, the same principles can be applied to human health
Bioengineering talent across the sciences and across the globe
3 May 2023
Diversity of backgrounds, science and research is driving success at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute as 25 ABI graduands cross the stage during the University of Auckland graduation ceremonies this week.
Peng Du: bioengineering breakthroughs and the art of science
1 May 2023
From 9-14 May, the Auckland Bioengineering Institute is holding a public showcase. Ahead of that one of its academics, Dr Peng Du, talks about the work he does and how he landed in his field of expertise.
An open invitation to grab hold of the future
26 April 2023
The Auckland Bioengineering Institute is hosting a memorable, family-friendly showcase from May 9-14.
Generous fellowships fuel leading-edge research across the life span
18 April 2023
In 2010, the American billionaire and philanthropist Julian Robertson established a set of postdoctoral fellowships for exceptional early career researchers at the University of Auckland.
Joined up thinking to spark revolution in surgery
23 March 2023
Batman fan turned inventor Nandoun Abeysekera is developing a device to make micro-surgery faster and safer for patients.
Tairāwhiti Study – World-first roadmap for imaging and modelling child physiology
14 March 2023
Using cutting-edge MRI and modelling technology to understand child health.
Women aren’t exactly from Venus, but they are different
8 March 2023
Opinion: Women have made strides in almost all aspects of society, yet still discriminated against in healthcare, both in terms of access to life-saving medical products and the safety of drugs and devices.
The idiosyncratic female diabetic heart
8 March 2023
Opinion: Sex and gender disparities still exist in healthcare, which is particularly evident in the increased risk of heart disease for women with diabetes, writes Maryam Rahmani
MedTech iQ launch signals perfect conditions to translate research and scale sector
6 March 2023
Auckland Bioengineering Institute start-ups demonstrate a coming of age for New Zealand’s growing medtech industry.