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  • Doctoral workshops with Hugh Kearns Event as iCalendar
    04 December 2018 - 05 December 2018
    Achieve maximum productivity and gain research and writing strategies for life when ThinkWell’s Hugh Kearns brings his international lecture tour to Auckland this December. These practical workshops are doctoral-focussed but free to ALL research postgraduates. Read more and book your place on the 4 December (2pm) and 5 December (10am).
  • Science majors week | choose your major Event as iCalendar
    17 September 2018 - 21 September 2018
    All students currently in their first year are invited to confirm or change their BSc major on Student Services Online (SSO), or discuss their major options with an advisor. Confirming your major(s) early is essential as it ensures that you're on the right path to completing your degree on time and with the subject areas that meet your goals.
  • Undergraduate orientation day July 2018 Event as iCalendar
    13 July 2018, 8:30am
    The Faculty of Science looks forward to seeing you at the Semester Two Undergraduate Orientation held on the City Campus. All undergraduate students are welcome to attend this year's programme of activities and events starting at the John Hood Plaza in the Owen G Glenn Building.
  • Postgraduate orientation day July 2018 Event as iCalendar
    11 July 2018
    The Faculty of Science would like to welcome incoming postgraduate students to the University of Auckland. We look forward to seeing you at the Semester One Postgraduate Orientation held on the City Campus Wednesday 11 July.
  • Joint Seminar: Fruit and vegetable by-products | Weaponry in sheet web spiders Event as iCalendar
    09 July 2018, 1 - 2pm
    Ninna Granucci and Leilani Walker, both PhD students in the School of Biological Sciences, will be discussing their respective doctoral research. Ninna's work aims to optimise a fermentation process to convert fruit and vegetable by-products into new food products; while Leilani has been gaining a more total understanding of how sexual selection can influence the characteristics of male weaponry in sheet web spiders.
  • Research Bazaar 2018 Event as iCalendar
    27 June 2018 - 29 June 2018
    The Research Bazaar 2018 (ResBaz) is an annual, three-day festival hosted by the University of Auckland’s Centre for eResearch and the eResearch community promoting digital literacy in modern research.
  • Women’s leadership in science and industry: 125 years on from the suffragists (Lectures) Event as iCalendar
    26 June 2018, 6 - 7:30pm
    Come and hear three extraordinarily accomplished women share their personal perspectives on female leadership in science and industry.
  • The development of life-like droplets to study the fundamental properties of living systems (Science Event Tags, Computer Science, Seminars) Event as iCalendar
    14 June 2018, 12 - 1pm
    Martin Hanczyc is the Principal Investigator in the Centre for Integrative Biology at the University of Trento, Italy. In this talk, he will present an experimental model of bottom-up synthetic biology: chemically-active oil droplets.
  • 2018 Annual Research Showcase (Science Event Tags, Chemical Sciences) Event as iCalendar
    06 June 2018, 8am - 6pm
    The School of Chemical Sciences Research Showcase is an excellent opportunity for PhD students to showcase their research, and network with the New Zealand Chemistry community.
  • From natural products to zombie drugs | chemicals with biological effects Event as iCalendar
    16 May 2018, 6:15 - 7:30pm
    This inaugural lecture by Professor Brent Copp focuses on the highlights of his research career and how his interests - in novel biologically active natural products, their biotechnological uses and the ecological roles played by these substances - have led to helping border authorities detect and identify synthetic cannabinoids.
  • CDES Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) Career Expo (Science Event Tags) Event as iCalendar
    17 April 2018 - 18 April 2018, 10:30am - 2:30pm
    Network with employers from STEM industries and discover new career opportunities at this two-day event.
  • Catalytic Reaction Mechanism Elucidation via Real Time Analysis (Chemical Sciences) Event as iCalendar
    28 March 2018, 4 - 6pm
    Professor Scott McIndoe's colloqium - entitled “Catalytic Reaction Mechanism Elucidation via Real Time Analysis” - will describe the methods and findings in cross-coupling, hydroacylation, hydrogenation and polymerization.
  • What's really inside your medicine cabinet? Event as iCalendar
    20 March 2018, 6 - 7pm
    Ever wondered how we go from the chemicals in a laboratory to the medicines in your home? Are these drugs discovered by accident or does research inform intelligent design? Join Dame Carol Robinson at this special event and find out more.
  • Speaking Out 2018 Event as iCalendar
    19 March 2018, 6 - 8pm
    Speaking Out is a wonderful opportunity for LGBTI students to meet role models and hear their stories, and is a collaborative project between all eight Faculties within the University. This free event, open to all students and staff, is a panel discussion with four prominent members of the LGBTI community, who will talk about their lives, their chosen careers and any challenges they have faced along the way. Book your seat now!
  • Undergraduate orientation day February 2018 Event as iCalendar
    21 February 2018, 8:30am
    The Faculty of Science looks forward to seeing you at the Semester One Undergraduate Orientation held on the City Campus. All undergraduate students are welcome to attend this year's programme of activities and events starting at the Waipapa Marae.
  • Postgraduate orientation day February 2018 Event as iCalendar
    19 February 2018 - 20 February 2018
    The Faculty of Science would like to welcome incoming postgraduate students to the University of Auckland. We look forward to seeing you at the Semester One Postgraduate Orientation held on the City Campus Monday 19 February and the Tamaki Campus on Tuesday 20 February.
  • Click Chemistry (Chemical Sciences) Event as iCalendar
    30 January 2018, 5 - 6pm
    Professor Barry Sharpless, recipient of the 2001 Nobel prize in chemistry, shares his most recent research on click chemistry.