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A variety of centres and institutes across the University which enable transdisciplinary research.
The University has seven transdisciplinary University centres that focus on pioneering research.
ABI is a cross-faculty research centre which deals with the application of mathematical and engineering sciences to biology and human physiology.
The University’s first large-scale research institute aims to improve lifelong health through research into long-term consequences of early life events.
CoREs are government-funded centres to promote academic inquiry into areas considered of national and international importance.
These challenges bring together scientists from different institutions and disciplines to find solutions to the large, complex issues that affect our lives.
Koi Tū is an independent, apolitical think tank and research centre focused on long-term impacts of technological, economic, environmental and social change.
The PPI provides independent analysis and insight into key policy issues affecting New Zealand and the world.
Find out about the amazing research and education taking place in our faculties, departments and schools.
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