Dame Jane Harding President Elect of Royal Society Te Apārangi
8 September 2023
Distinguished Professor Dame Jane Harding FRSNZ has been appointed the next President of the Royal Society Te Apārangi.
Delivering hope: anti-inflammatory drug trial for preterm babies
30 August 2023
When baby Blessing arrived very early, her parents joined a drug trial they hope will go on to benefit all preterm babies.
Celebrating Research Excellence awards announced
24 August 2023
Premier research awards feature investigators from disciplines across the breadth of the University.
Magnesium research set to inform preterm care
18 August 2023
Giving magnesium to mothers just before early birth, at 30 to 34 weeks, may help babies’ brains develop, but more research is needed.
Gutsy win for tuatara researcher at 3MT
9 August 2023
Biological Sciences’ PhD candidate Cam Hoffbeck and her engaging talk on the microbiome of the tuatara took out the top prize at the Three Minute Thesis Final from a high quality field.
Supporting rangatahi to uplift their hauora
20 July 2023
A mana-enhancing app makes it easy and engaging for rangatahi to learn techniques for supporting their mental health and wellbeing.
Passion, energy, excellence recognised with Liggins’ top role
28 June 2023
The newly appointed Director of the Liggins Institute, Professor Justin O’Sullivan hopes to lead an energised and engaged research group.
New research sheds light on long Covid
22 June 2023
Genetic research out of the Liggins Institute sheds light on how serious Covid-19 infections can activate other health conditions.
Genetic research sheds light on children’s arthritis
30 May 2023
There is new hope for treating a type of arthritis that commonly affects children, thanks to ground-breaking genetic research.
Microbiome transfer hoped to help gut problems in autism
3 May 2023
Researchers are taking the next step in microbiome research, hoping to alleviate gut problems that disproportionately affect Autistic people.
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.
Introducing the new Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research
1 March 2023
Liggins Institute Director Professor Frank Bloomfield is taking on a new role. This year he will lead research across the University as the new Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Research.