A brand ecosystem to build social licence for business
25 July 2023
Emeritus Professor Rod Brodie’s research has led to a brand eco-system to enhance social licence for business.
Debunking the misleading myths about gout
17 July 2023
Gout is not an affliction of wealthy men overdoing food and alcohol. It more commonly affects Māori and Pacific men from a surprisingly young age. Professor Nicola Dalbeth says equitable treatment means dispelling the myths.
Can carbon solve the carbon problem?
12 July 2023
Professor Ajit Sarmah has written the book on biochar, a form of carbon that at scale would have a major impact in reducing carbon emissions.
Can an AI robot help with loneliness?
6 July 2023
Professor Elisabeth Broadbent talks about how AI integrated with companion robots might help with an epidemic of loneliness.
Eliminating the virus you didn't know you had
5 July 2023
In this video Adjunct Professor Ed Gane on the campaign to rid Aotearoa New Zealand of the virus Hepatitis C.
Business needs to nurture the brand eco-system to stay relevant
30 June 2023
Emeritus Professor Rod Brodie’s research looks at how businesses who fail to acknowledge how brands are co-created are headed for trouble.
Architecture that embodies mātauranga Māori
12 June 2023
Deirdre Brown tells the story of a special building Taumata o Kupe on Te Mahurehure Marae.
The limits of Artificial Intelligence and why it matters
23 May 2023
The public release of ChatGPT has sparked debate about how Artificial Intelligence (AI) will reshape society. Craig Webster says we need to take seriously the foundational limitations inherent in the technology.
Indigenising our universities: aspirations and opportunities
30 March 2023
Opinion: Te Kawehau Hoskins and Alison Jones explore the value of an evolving Treaty partnership to higher education. In Part 3 of the series, the opportunities indigenisation brings.
Indigenising our universities: be Pākehā, be Māori
29 March 2023
Opinion: Te Kawehau Hoskins and Alison Jones explore the value of an evolving Treaty partnership to higher education. In the second of a three part series, they ask if inclusion policies can have unintended consequences.
Indigenising our universities: Tēnā tātou 'here we all are'
27 March 2023
Opinion: In a three-part series, Te Kawehau Hoskins and Alison Jones explore the value of an evolving Treaty partnership to higher education. Part 1: Who is the ‘we’ at our institutions.
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.