News in the Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies - Te Ara Auaha

Today FM victim of short-term strategy

Communication studies
31 Mar, 2023
AUT radio expert Matt Mollgaard discusses the sudden shut down of Today FM.

AUT tech start-up develops breakthrough

Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences
08 Mar, 2023
An AUT tech spinout, has recently been granted breakthrough device designation from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Maritime engineers partner with Babcock

Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences
03 Mar, 2023
Babcock and the School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences partnership a pipeline for NZ’s maritime engineering sector.
An image of Peter Ellis with a diary entry next to it reading "I'm tired, my face hurts from smiling to show everyone I'm brave"

Peter Ellis story gets podcast treatment

Communication studies
02 Feb, 2023
The production skills of AUT lecturer Dr Lewis Tennant have shaped this summer’s hit podcast about Peter Ellis.
Professor Barbara Bollard (second from left) and remote sensing technician Ashray Doshi (right) in Antarctica.

Antarctic summer for AUT academics

Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences
24 Jan, 2023
Professor Barbara Bollard and remote sensing technician Ashray Doshi are using drones to map ancient moss beds in the Casey region.

‘I wanted to learn first-hand'

Communication studies
12 Jan, 2023
Language revitalisation expert Dr Richard Henne-Ochoa, of Indiana University’s American Indian Studies Research Institute, on visiting Te Ipukarea
Sarat Singamneni

Government grant for shapeshifting tech

Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences
15 Dec, 2022
The grant funds research by Dr Yifan Lv and Professor Sarat Singamneni into 3D-printed shapeshifting antennas for 6G wireless transmission.

2022 JMAD Research Report is now live

Communication studies
08 Dec, 2022
JMAD’s annual Media Ownership Report examines the new public media entity, competition and platforms paying a fair price for news.
Journalists with microphones

50 years of journalism at AUT

Communication studies
05 Dec, 2022
From steno pads and shorthand to AI in newsrooms

Award-winning AUT architecture student

Art and design
02 Dec, 2022
AUT Master of Architecture (Professional) graduate Matangireia Yates Francis has won the prestigious Te Kāhui Whaihanga Resene Student Design Award.


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