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Our Chemical Sciences researchers collaborate with a diverse range of both University-led and nationally operated research centres. Find out more below.
This multi-faculty joint venture with industry, pioneers innovative technologies in advanced composite products and manufacturing processes.
Our Free Radical Research Group collaborates closely with the Auckland Cancer Society Research Centre in the development of drugs for disease treatment.
Founded as part of UniServices, LMRC is the University's dedicated light metals research, development and training facility.
This multi-materials program assists the manufacturing sector through building R&D partnerships between industry and researchers.
A Centre of Research Excellence that specialises in biomedicine and biotechnology research for cancer, diabetes and infectious disease.
PCOE is a joint venture between the University and the plastics industry for the development of new materials and technologies.
The Photon Factory's research employs high energy lasers to advance the use of light for energy, health and technology.
This multi-disciplinary research facility offers microfabrication capabilities to academic and industrial researchers.