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The Faculty of Science alumni magazine
Download the latest issue of inSCight or access our archived issues.
Green hydrogen could be a major contributor in decarbonising New Zealand’s energy sector.
Welcome to the 2022 edition of inSCight.
This issue is themed around energy and transport.
Your next Air NZ flight could be capturing
environmental data to combat climate
Change is needed to curb the damaging
impact of ship anchors on the seafloor.
Our researchers partner with e-scooter
company Beam to increase uptake of
Environmental Science alumnus Cody Lim enjoys knowing that his work makes a difference in people’s lives.
Clarkson Medal winner and Applied Mathematics and Statistics alumnus,
Henry Chen, has already had many successes in his young career.
Discover the development and future
impact of Te Rautaki Aronga Toitū.
The faculty held a Kai and Kōrero in July to celebrate Matariki and Tuākana.
Psychology third-year student, Jessie Houston, aspires to a career in
healthcare, to combine her interests in psychology with helping people.
Taryn Smith has found studying GIS and Environmental Science to be a perfect blend of discovering the natural world and how to safeguard it.
The University is establishing a flagship
cross-faculty research centre to respond to the pressing environmental and humanitarian challenges of our time.
Details of the inSCight team and how to opt for a digital copy if you prefer.
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