News

Select your area of interest

Subscribe to our newsletter

Featured articles

Analyse that

health-biotech

A fundamental research project into enzymes has led to a discovery that could improve the way labs all over the...

Read more

Innovative rat lures attract global interest

environment

Victoria University of Wellington researcher Dr Michael Jackson is a step closer to seeing his innovative, sustained-release rat lure products on...

Read more

Taking local action on global climate change

entreprenurual-innovation

With climate change experts recently warning governments around the world that they must make rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes in all aspects...

Read more

You're so vein

entreprenurual-innovation

Recognising the global potential of an idea born out of the Victoria Entrepreneur Bootcamp in 2014, a Dutch startup incubator...

Read more

Invention wins international award

advanced-materials

AccuMM, a land surveying and civil engineering technology developed by Victoria University of Wellington academics, has won the Semi-Grand Prize at...

Read more

Booster partnership invests $10m in start ups

entreprenurual-innovation

A “game-changing” new partnership between Viclink and New Zealand financial services company Booster, will see Booster invest at least $10...

Read more

Key to a cure?

health-biotech

Viclink spin-out company Avalia Immunotherapies could hold the key to a cure for chronic hepatitis B infection—a currently incurable, life-threatening liver disease...

Read more

A healthy approach to innovation

health-biotech

An innovation programme involving the New Zealand Health Innovation Hub (NZHIH) and Viclink—designed to help improve health outcomes for Kiwis—could...

Read more

Big efforts to help small states

public-sector

Two Victoria University of Wellington alumni are using their legal expertise to help the world’s small states protect their economies...

Read more

Using your head

advanced-materials

Suspected head injuries or strokes could now be diagnosed within minutes of arriving at an emergency department (ED) as a...

Read more

Tracing a path to success

instrumentation

A prototype medical device that uses magnetic (rather than radioactive) tracers to detect complex head and neck cancers, is now...

Read more

On track to success

advanced-materials

A joint project involving Victoria University research—which is set to revolutionise high-speed train travel and have a massive impact on...

Read more