AUT is ranked first in New Zealand for global research impact by Times Higher Education and the US News Global Universities Rankings. We have more than 60 research centres and institutes delivering leading research, and our research also feeds back into the classroom to benefit our students.
Health Futures is a bold new initiative from AUT designed to tackle significant challenges facing New Zealand society, with significant funding available – $20 million over five years – to address these pressing issues.
AUT is one of only five Core Research Participants in the Blue Economy Cooperative Research Centre. This is a AUD$329m 10-year research centre, which will, for the first time bring the aquaculture and renewable energy sectors together to address the challenges of offshore food and energy production, that leverages the benefits of colocation, vertical integration, infrastructure and shared services. To find out more contact Professor Lindsey White.
Many of our modern research facilities and equipment can be used by external researchers.
AUT Ventures provides commercialisation advice, consultancy and investment opportunities.