Dr Marama Muru Lanning speaks with Judy Wilford about rights and interests in the Waikato River and their relevance to current issues of crucial national significance.read more
Celebrated scientist, University of Auckland staff member and alumna, Distinguished Professor Margaret Brimble (BSc 1982, MSc 1983) talks with Tess Redgrave about molecular chess.read more
An ambitious 20-year study is telling us about our identity as New Zealanders and how our ideas, attitudes and values are changing. Pauline Curtis investigates.read more
In a world first a number of Gore residents welcomed a new type of robot carer into their homes.
Alumni and friends are being asked to get on their bikes – to help raise funds to support the ground-breaking work that our researchers at the Auckland Cancer Society Research Centre (ACSRC) are conducting.
Alumni, current students and staff of The University of Auckland can enter the 2013 short story competition
In 1999 when I first began researching Ralph Hotere’s work as an undergraduate at Auckland the intensity of his black paintings seemed overwhelming. Where do you begin with a work that is entirely black?
Over the last 130 years The University of Auckland has played a major part in the development of Auckland and New Zealand. To celebrate this fact, Student Information and Marketing Services is producing a set of 12 videos to showcase the University’s historic buildings and the wealth of talent that lie within.
Climate change is endangering life within the ocean. Biological scientist Mary Sewell speaks with Margo White about the alarming results of her research on some of the most vulnerable sea creatures.
Associate Professor Peter O’Connor on the importance of play.
Insights, revelations and repartee were all on the agenda at “Auckland Live: 20/20 Vision” when our illustrious line-up of Distinguished Alumni gathered to face some lively and often irreverent questioning from fellow alumnus, facilitator and media commentator, Finlay Macdonald