Tāmaki Innovation Campus


Tamaki Update - October 2017


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Message from the Head of Campus

Dear colleagues,
Spring is here heralded by lots of blossom and new growth on the campus and accompanied it seems by more than our share of rain!  Within the smaller campus footprint ‘business as usual’ is thriving – see the awardees and recent Tāmaki PhD graduates below. Read More

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LIFE AND TIMES ON TAMAKI CAMPUS; REFECTIONS BY WINSTON BYBLOW

Professor Winston Byblow is an internationally acclaimed leader in movement neuroscience who conducts pioneering work in stroke rehabilitation and the brain mechanisms underlying movement control. Read More

Professor Byblow will give the Head of Campus Seminar on 13 October.

 

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PUTTING A WORD IN FOR INSECTS

Wikipedia Edit-a-thon: Insects of New Zealand. They might be our smallest inhabitants, but with around 20,000 different species, and 90% only found in NZ, our insects have a huge following.

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POLLINATION REVEALS SECRETS OF LAND USE IMPACT

Integrating research with international travel has been an aspect of Jamie Stavert’s PhD that he’s thoroughly enjoyed, but he admits it comes second to his passion for all things insect. Read More

 

 

 

FINDING THE HAPPY PLACE IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Dr Lauren Samson is getting her first taste of academic life from the faculty side and she admits she’s loving it.  Read More

 

 

 

 

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SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT LEADS TO GREATER COLLABORATION, AND NON SMOKING SUCCESS

For Dr Rodrigo Ramalho, connectedness is a significant concept underpinning health, healthcare, and  health research. Read More

 

 

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MYRTLE RUST UNDER THE MICROSCOPE

The impact and intricacies of myrtle rust have been tackled on Tamaki Campus, with a successful symposium aimed at gathering insights from Australian and USA researchers working on the invasive pathogen. Read More

Image source: Ministry for Primary Industries and licensed by MPI for re-use under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International licence .

FOR YOUR DIARY - HEAD OF CAMPUS SEMINAR

Friday 13 October, 3.30pm
Plumbers vs Electricians - Lessons from Stroke Recovery


Professor Winston Byblow, Department of Exercise Sciences and Centre for Brain Research, The University of Auckland