From board books to PhD and beyond
Ahorangi Tūhono Darryn Joseph's impact on reo Māori learning, literacy, creativity, intellectual development and output is immense.
Evidence-based veterinary medicine made easy
Professor Carolyn Gates is making her mark in animal health with research and educational initiatives designed for the real world.
Mana-enhancing self testing for HPV
Dr Naomi Brewer and Professor John Potter's research promises to reduce cervical cancer in Māori, Pasifika and Asian women.
Steering gamers from gambling harm
Dr Aaron Drummond's loot box research has led to increased protection for gamers vulnerable to gambling.
Insights into the evolution of bird song
Professor Dianne Brunton shows how bird songs and dialects affect mate selection and evolution in native species.
Filtering through our biological past
Murray Cox's research uses computational analysis to address fundamental biological questions in contemporary genomics.
Transformed books & visual arts to spark the imagination
Dr Jess Richards weaves words and art together in quietly captivating ways to realise her long-held dream of a PhD.
Vegetables from weaning to improve health & nutrition
Jeanette Rapson is creating a healthier future for kids with her passion for nutrition and translating complex science.
Can corals adapt to climate change?
Dr David Aguirre uses less invasive methods to learn how corals and toheroa are affected by climate change.
Reflections in neon
Professor Robert Jahnke's art reflects on the dynamics of intercultural exchange and the politics of identity.
From The Chills to the classroom
Keyboardist Dr Oli Wilson uses participatory ethnography to understand the context in which music is produced and performed.
Design that unites & inspires
Professor Anna Brown explains how design, from books to government services, can spark joy and make lives better.
The magic of the silver screen
Dr Pansy Duncan works with film production materials as they become part of how we experience what we see on screen.
Māori philosophy & social justice
Dr Krushil Watene creates an approach grounded in Māori concepts and extends it to indigenous philosophies.
A pathway to Māori research in business
Dr Jason Mika explores how the Māori economy is growing, what challenges it's facing, and how to support it.
Wairua, affect & our national days
Professor Moewaka Barnes believes national days include both celebration and tension, and we should learn to live with both.
Māori disaster risk reduction & emergency management
Professor Christine Kenney shows how the Māori communitarian approach to risk reduction is effective and can be applied globally.
From crisis to dreams: social change for the missing voices
James Cherrington brings the voices of whānau to his social work PhD as he researches social change.
A pill-sized robot for better health outcomes
Muhammad Rehan's wireless robotic capsule could save lives by diagnosing diseases earlier.
Mathematics for opportunity & equity
Dr Jodie Hunter is passionate about developing culturally responsive maths teaching for Pacific school students.