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Science research at AUT University



AUT's sciences programmes focus on scientific innovation and excellence that enables society to develop in an environmentally, socially and economically sustainable manner.

Research Mission: To engage in scientific innovation and excellence that better enables society to develop in an environmentally, socially and economically sustainable manner.

Research at AUT's School of Applied Sciences is focused on key scientific issues with regional and global significance. The common theme connecting all research areas is sustainability – in the broadest sense as it relates to environmental and human health. Sub-themes within the strategic research areas reflect staff expertise and international recognition for our research output. Our research is closely allied to teaching and learning opportunities at undergraduate and postgraduate level within the School.

Research in AUT's School of Applied Sciences is organised in three thematic areas:

Applied Ecology

Chemistry and Biomedical Science

Food Science


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Postgraduate study opportunities

Last updated: 18-Dec-2014 1.29pm

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