Acquaculture

Year 11 students try AUT research

Science
13 Sep, 2021
Year 11 students flex their research muscles at AUT on real-life problem of climate change impacting aquaculture under Prof. Andrea Alfaro’s leadership.
Lana and Legacy

Moana view in Ars Electronica Festival

Art and design
13 Sep, 2021
AUT academics will host Moana Digitalities as part of the 2021 Ars Electronica Festival.
Patria Hume and Hannah Wyatt

AUT experts solve All Blacks red card

Sport and recreation
13 Sep, 2021
AUT sport scientists pivotal in red card dismissal for All Black.
covid vaccine

Users at the centre of new vaxx.nz site

Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences
08 Sep, 2021
A group of AUT alumni is behind the Vaxx.nz vaccine information site, helping people identify available vaccine slots close to them before booking them.
Supporting students

Supporting our students during lockdown

08 Sep, 2021
Find out how we’re supporting students - from financial support and wellbeing programmes to those who have innocently contracted COVID-19.
Professor Valery Feigin

Changing weather heightens stroke risk

Health sciences
08 Sep, 2021
New data from the Global Burden of Disease (GBD) study shows that low ambient temperature is an increasing stroke risk factor around the world.
THE rankings logo AUT

AUT climbs up the global rankings

02 Sep, 2021
AUT continues to climb up the global university rankings joining the University of Otago in second place in NZ and the top 250 universities in the world.

ORCA success for AUT students

Communication studies
30 Aug, 2021
Advertising Creativity Team Reece O’Gorman and Connor Cully have taken second place at the Outstanding Radio Creative Awards (ORCA).
Dr Antje Deckert standing arms folded and smiling at the camera.

Research backs iwi checkpoints

Social sciences and public policy
16 Aug, 2021
New research supports the use of community checkpoints, as implemented by Māori during the pandemic.
Kelly Luo

Creating change in the community

Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences
13 Aug, 2021
Meet Kelly Luo, recipient of the 2021 Freemasons University Scholarship, who is passionate about creating change in her community.

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