He Kupu Whakamahara | Chronicle No.59 went live on Friday 17 April, highlighting some of the excellent recent research and developments at UC, delivered straight to your inbox (no print version this time due to level 4 restrictions). Read it here>
From the maths behind the lockdown, to advice on leading staff through the pandemic – more recently our UC staff, students and graduands are making a difference in the fight against COVID-19 locally and globally.
He Kupu Whakamahara | Chronicle No.58 is now live, highlighting key research and developments at UC. Chronicle is one of the ways we keep our alumni, stakeholders and schools informed and inspired.
From drone doctors to world-first insulin technology, UC research makes a positive impact both locally and globally. With people, research and education at the forefront of our mission, highlighting the success of UC students, staff and alumni is a key part of paving the way for our future.
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Chronicle is out! It’s a collection of some of the best stories of the year to date in a beautiful package with Type-C killer whales on the cover (thank you Regina Eisert/TPAonIce)!
Read it online here or grab a copy from the stands around campus.
Chronicle is one of the ways we keep our alumni, stakeholders and schools informed and inspired. It covers a diverse range of topics from the colleges and across the university, with everything from sex ed for the #metoo generation to motorsport to shape-changing titanium oxide – and much more.
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