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The Institute of Marine Science collaborates with a broad range of private businesses as well as government and research organisations in New Zealand and overseas.
We work closely with NIWA in research projects and as part of our Joint Graduate School.
Auckland Council is responsible for some 2,400km of coastline, including the area around our marine laboratory.
DOC staff work with us in many ways, contributing to teaching and collaborating on research projects.
MPI collaborate with us in teaching and research, including contributing to our MSc in Biosecurity and Conservation.
We work with Biomarine to improve sustainability, improve processing and develop new aquaculture species.
Cawthron is the research base for several of our postgraduate students as part of a Joint Graduate agreement.
We work to help mussel farmers in the Coromandel improve their seed mussel supplies.
Our work with King Salmon helps to build the value of New Zealand seafood exports by enhancing production and quality.
North Island Mussels are the largest processor of farmed mussels in the North Island. We help improve their efficiency.
This international NGO contributes to our teaching program and provides a valuable opportunity for students to see science used in conservation.
Hosted by the University, ISSG aims to raise awareness about invasive species and their prevention.