Affiliated research centres

We foster strong collaborative relationships with many prominent New Zealand research centres and institutions.

Humpback whale with NIWA vessel.

Our joint graduate schools partner with New Zealand's Crown Research Institutes, creating valuable collaborative relationships for students and researchers.

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Fruit on a tree.

AgResearch's primary focus is on New Zealand’s pastoral, agri-food and agri-technology sectors.

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Manuka flowers with a bee.

Landcare Research is the institute responsible for driving innovation in the management of terrestrial biodiversity and land resources.

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NIWA clean room.

NIWA conducts environmental science with a focus on the sustainable management of New Zealand's natural resources.

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Plant science researcher.

Plant and Food Research provides research and development for fruit, vegetable, crop and food product industries.

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Bioinformatics DNA helix.

This University of Auckland institute brings together several branches of science to support researchers in understanding complex biological datasets.

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Microscope in close up.

The institute works to accelerate innovation and develop new models of bioscience enterprise training through industry partnerships.

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Dairy cow in a field.

We work with DairyNZ to help enhance the profitability, sustainability and competitiveness of New Zealand dairy farming.

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Cows in a field.

As one of the world's largest integrated dairy cattle breeding companies, LIC undertakes a wide variety of dairy research.

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Goat

The Dairy Goat Co-op specialises in the production and sale of goat milk nutritional powders for infants and children.

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Rat

As part of the World Conservation Union (IUCN), ISSG is responsible for reducing threats to natural ecosystems and their native species.

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An invasive crab

This free online database provides valuable global information on invasive alien species that negatively impact biodiversity around the world.

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