The Long, Winding Road that is Commercialisation

  It’s long been a given that New Zealand needs to pay close attention to the commercialisation of research in order to build successful, innovative companies that can take resulting products and services to the world. However, it’s a lot easier to say that, than to do it. Looking back over the past 10 years […]

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Beating Post-PhD Depression

When he talks to science students approaching the end of their degrees, Benjamin Matthewson says that most tell him if they can’t keep doing research, they have no idea what lies ahead. Yet roughly seventy percent of PhD graduates will not go on to find employment in the sciences. This stark statistic looms large for Ben. […]

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A very good year!

  2010 Has proven to be exceptional in the recognition of so many of our valued researchers and associates. Congratulations! The Magnetic Resonance Innovation team, led by Paul Callaghan, was awarded the Prime Minister’s Science Prize. Professor Sir Paul Callaghan — • Elected an Honorary Fellow of the Institution of Professional Engineers of New Zealand […]

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