A clarion call to arms, for trumpet and pūtātara
24 May 2019
A 20-minute trumpet chamber concerto to be composed by Assoc Prof de Castro-Robinson has won a funding boost this month from the APRA Art Music Fund.
Easing pain for amputees proves a winner
23 May 2019
A pair of University of Auckland engineering students have wowed judges at TechWeek with their pitch for pain-free prosthetics for amputees.
Protecting the bones of children with cerebral palsy
21 May 2019
Dr Julie Choisne hopes to prevent bone deformation in children with cerebral palsy, and the hip, knee and ankle abnormalities that can result from the condition.
Happy birthday to John Rimmer; a tribute concert, in his own music
17 May 2019
The Karlheinz Company celebrates the 80th birthday of the renowned and innovative composer, musician and teacher John Rimmer.
A new aesthetic in prosthetics
16 May 2019
Professor Olaf Diegel, the new head of the Creative Design and Additive Manufacturing Laboratory (the Lab) talks about Additive Manufacturing (or 3-D printing), of soft tissue organs, guitars and aesthetically pleasing prosthetics.
Change the world - one hour at a time
15 May 2019
The University of Auckland has launched an ambitious campaign to engage its alumni, staff, students and friends in the biggest volunteering drive in its 136 year history.
Outstanding Māori business leaders honoured
12 May 2019
A renowned astrologer and leading authority on the Māori lunar calendar, experts in Māori tourism, and funeral directors who are also Netflix stars, are some of the winners of this year’s University of Auckland Aotearoa Māori Business Leaders Awards.
Meet our first Masters of Community Dance (Honours) graduates
10 May 2019
Jane (Jiahui) Liu and Johnny (Longqi) Yu graduated this week as the first students to have completed a Community Dance Masters at the University of Auckland - a dual Masters with Beijing Dance Academy.
Understanding resilience, through research and personal experience
9 May 2019
Rose Francis graduated with her PhD in engineering this week, having also had three children between beginning and completing her qualification.
University awards celebrate excellence at all stages of research
8 May 2019
The high quality of work and contribution of 19 researchers and teams across the faculties and institutes at the University of Auckland has been acknowledged in the 2019 Research Excellence Awards.
An app, to quickly diagnose brain injury, including mild brain injury
8 May 2019
Dr Vickie Shim, of the Auckland Bioengineering Institute, aims to develop an App to quickly diagnose if a knock to the head could have long-term health consequences.
Making modernist jewellery based on the modernist houses of West Auckland
7 May 2019
Gina Hochstein looked at the relationship between modernist architecture and jewellery for her Masters degree, which also involved making her own jewellery based on the houses of Titirangi.