Evolution faster in the tropics 29 Jun 2009 Mammal species living in the tropics are evolving faster than their counterparts living in cooler environments, according to research carried out by New Zealand researchers.
Multiple wins for AUT Media 26 Jun 2009 Four major awards at the 2009 MPA Magazine Awards have gone to the AUT Media magazine title Idealog.
Inaugural Professorial Address 22 Jun 2009 Professor of electrical and electronic engineering, Krishnamachar Prasad, will speak about the wonderful world of microelectronics.
Free Super City Seminar 15 Jun 2009 If you’ve got an opinion on the Super City and want to let the Select Committee know about it then don’t miss this free opportunity to learn from the best.
Leadership inspires wells 15 Jun 2009 Villagers in four Cambodian rural communities can now drink fresh water thanks to AUT’s MBA Leadership classes.
Students told to dream big 15 Jun 2009
Minister of Youth Affairs Paula Bennett told students to believe in themselves and dream big at the AUT University Prefects Training Programme (PTP) Leaders Summit last week.
Ropati Sportsperson of the Year 15 Jun 2009 Kiwis league star Jerome Ropati took top honours at the 2008 NZU Blues Awards held at Te Papa in Wellington this June, scooping NZU Sportsperson of the Year.
AUT celebrates sporting prowess 15 Jun 2009 AUT University students clinched the two top awards at this year’s NZU Blues Awards which were held at Te Papa in Wellington on Friday evening.
E-clothing expert visits AUT 15 Jun 2009 Singing shirts, purses with inbuilt touch alarms and cycling jackets that indicate when you turn are a few of the spinoffs of technology that allows fabric to respond to stimuli like light, sound and touch.
IBM Grant to AUT Boosts SKA Bid 15 Jun 2009 A grant of specialised hardware, software, and research time to AUT University by IBM will strengthen New Zealand’s chances of co-hosting the world’s biggest radio telescope project.
The AUT Business School Award ceremony 15 Jun 2009 Last night, AUT University Chancellor Sir Paul Reeves presented AUT’s highest undergraduate business award to one of the university’s most outstanding students.