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As we acknowledge the significance of Suffrage 125, we reflect that 2018 has been a remarkable year for our women in science, with so much to celebrate.
Welcome to the 2018 edition of inSCight.
This edition has a theme: diversity in science.
Professor Juliet Gerrard’s day is nothing if not diverse. A quick look at her Instagram and Twitter feeds only reinforces the broad, far-reaching nature of her role.
Researchers from Te Pūnaha Matatini will collaborate on a project to improve the way in which scientists connect and work with Māori.
In just 111 years plastic has not only been used in a multitude of products worldwide, it has also become an increasingly unavoidable environmental issue.
We sat down with Physics and Mathematics alumnus Duncan Matangi to find out what he's been up to since he graduated.
We sat down with Marine Science alumna Lucy van Oosterom to find out what she’s been up to since she graduated.
We explore the use of Artificial Intelligence and virtual reality as educational tools.
Dr Annette Henderson's research indicates that cooperative abilities in children develop much earlier than we think.
The Science Student Support Fund provides assistance to talented and deserving students who are experiencing financial hardship.
Four young scientists are forging their own path by creating research that focuses on sustainability initiatives.
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