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We seek women volunteers to have one of their hands measured anonymously for a novel future online game … It combines product design, quantum mechanics, arts, genetics, cosmic rays, law, engineering, computing … Basically Life, the Universe and Everything. Rigorously. But totally cool, totally safe. Amazing and unexpected.

AND we need a large control sample of about 70 hands measurements … Future players will be quantum mechanically correlated with the control sample, randomized using quantum foundations. Literally. If you wish to be quantum correlated with the future, please come along on …….

Thursday 9 November, from 12:30pm-2pm – Beatrice Tinsley 111

[It should take a matter of 30 seconds per person. Over 16 years only. No identifying data is collected – only one number – so data is truly anonymous.]

Biosecurity seminar

To celebrate our research, our students and our partners and as part of UC 150th birthday celebrations, register here for UCBI’s free:

Biosecurity surveillance seminar
Wednesday 28 June
12-1:15 pm
Ernest Rutherford 465

Prof. Steve Pawson will outline how we can detect insects new to Aotearoa NZ using light traps and eDNA.

Paul Benden, PhD will detail his research plans for semi-automated surveillance using image segmentation of street-level urban trees.

​​​​​​​Cabbage tree AI

AI scans the cabbage trees in blue from a moving vehicle 

We will be streaming live and a zoom link will be sent later.

If you can’t make it, we will be recording it and posting it here.

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PhD scholarships

Apply for a PhD scholarship in science, statistics, chemistry or psychology funded through  UCBI.

Not sure but need some inspiration? Check out our news and events.

For an obligation free chat….

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