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At Te Kura Mātai Ahupūngao our students and scientists explore the fundamental properties of the physical world and tackle problems ranging from the search for planets to developing medical imaging and laser technologies.
Our department offers a comprehensive range of physics programmes and research areas. Learn more about who we are and what we do.
Dr J.J. Eldridge talks about research into the lives and deaths of stars, especially binary stars that have very different lives to single stars like our Sun.
Our internationally recognised scholars are committed to producing high-quality research and world-class teaching.
Explore our range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
Our research covers topics the fundamental properties of matter and light, climate and astrophysics, and the development of novel devices and technologies.
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We collaborate closely with several national Centres of Research Excellence (COREs) and other research institutions.
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