Students taking part in Hackathon

Student hackathon works to reduce waste

14 Aug, 2019
AUT students recently collaborated with industry to tackle environmental issues producing potential solutions in just eight hours.
recycling machine

How recycling is actually sorted

Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences
14 Aug, 2019
Recycling in Australia used to be fairly simple. Our older readers may remember bottle drives, paper/cardboard collections, and the trip to sell metals.

Leave your phone at home this holiday

14 Aug, 2019
What did we do before smartphones? Our devices have become an essential tool for modern life, even when we’re on holiday.

Why plants don’t simply grow faster

14 Aug, 2019
Rising atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO₂) is warming our climate, but it also affects plants directly.
Siobhan Harvey Portrait

AUT supports writers festival

Language and culture
13 Aug, 2019
For the second consecutive year, AUT is supporting the Going West Books & Writers Festival.
Hamideh Gholizadeh and Mark Winger

Scholarships for today and tomorrow

13 Aug, 2019
AUT student Hamideh Gholizadeh, has received not one, but two scholarships. Read her inspiring story.
Professor Matthew Ryan

Five questions with Prof. Matthew Ryan

Business and economics
13 Aug, 2019
We asked Professor Matthew Ryan five questions about his research ahead of his Inaugural Professorial Address.
Initiate.Collaborate is a card game designed by AUT's Good Health Design lab to help teams collaborate better.

Card game makes collaboration easy

Art and design
09 Aug, 2019
AUT’s Good Health Design lab have designed a card game, Initiate.Collaborate, to help make teamwork fun.
Periodic table poster

Which element is the most boring?

09 Aug, 2019
Quest for the most boring chemical element not so boring
AUT biomedical engineering PhD student Xiyong Huang

Melanoma - What's hair got to do with it

Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences
07 Aug, 2019
AUT biomedical engineering PhD student Xiyong Huang has been investigating why children are particularly vulnerable to sun exposure.