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Laces made by Jacob Smith

Enter the Woo-Lace

Art and design
11 Jul, 2024
Sneakerhead and AUT Bachelor of Design student Jacob Smith has developed a biodegradable shoelace using strong New Zealand wool.
Generic graphic of AI

Could AI create less trustworthy news?

Communication studies
09 Jul, 2024
A new study suggests that generative AI could return false or misleading information, causing significant implications for the news industry.
Kiribati Language Week 2024

Kiribati Language Week 2024

08 Jul, 2024
AUT alumna, Lisa Ngauea, speaks about her Kiribati language journey as the University celebrates the third Pacific Language Week of 2024.
Damon Salesa at AUT's Matariki awards

AUT announces Matariki Award winners

05 Jul, 2024
AUT announces the winners of Ngā Whakamānawa o Matariki, AUT's Matariki Awards, recognising staff excellence across academic and professional disciplines.
Damon Salesa

Vice-Chancellor’s Matariki address

03 Jul, 2024
Acknowledging the waters AUT has traversed in the past year was the focus of a Matrariki address by Vice-Chancellor, Professor Damon Salesa.
Garden Herbs

Can smells influence what you buy?

26 Jun, 2024
Using scent strategies to nudge consumers toward more wholesome food options is an under-explored opportunity to improve public health outcomes.
Art works by AUT students for Matariki

Three AUT tauira behind Matariki art

Art and design
25 Jun, 2024
The free Matariki art resource pack for 2024, commissioned by Pou Māori at AUT, was created by three School of Art & Design tauira.
Renters Sign

Proposed law could hurt good tenants

25 Jun, 2024
Housing security for NZ’s 1.7 million renters could be at risk if an amendment bill becomes law, particularly if “no-cause” evictions return.
Two photos side by side that show Emily Morgan preparing dishes, dressed in he chef whites.

Taking on Australia’s best young chefs

Hospitality, tourism and events
24 Jun, 2024
Emily Morgan is off to the final of the Nestlé Golden Chef’s Hat competition in September.
AUT’s newest building blessed and named

AUT’s newest building blessed and named

24 Jun, 2024
Tukutuku, at around 9000m2, is the largest development at the University’s North Campus and will accommodate around 2000 students and 200 staff.


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