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AUT’s BioDesign Lab is an interfaculty, interdisciplinary, pan-university research laboratory focused on using design methods and processes to develop bio-medical solutions for the health of all living things.
Technology has had a huge impact on news and entertainment, fundamentally reshaping countless industry segments.
It is a lamentable and well-known fact that women are under-represented in the fields of engineering, technology, science, and mathematics.
Techweek asked Auckland University of Technology’s (AUT) Professor Guy Littlefair how technology can create the ultimate student experience.
Have you ever had a health experience and wondered why it was just so hard to get the right answers? - Hear from Professor Dave Parry
When New Zealand went into Covid-19 lockdown, teaching and learning had to move online.
Quality news media are a crucial element of functioning democracies and regular analysis - hear from Merja Myllylahti co-director of AUT’s research centre for Journalism, Media and Democracy and lecturer in the School of Communication Studies.
Joseph Michael will create a life-size digital reconstruction of New Zealand's largest known living kauri tree, Tāne Mahuta, located in the Waipoua Forest in the Northland region.
Professor Charles Walker, director of the new AUT Architecture and Future Environments programme, says architecture offers a holistic understanding of the connections between technological, social and environmental change - and how we can use that knowled