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Giving premature babies the best shot at life

Unitec’s Creative Industries student, Mike Czarny is making a real difference to the lives of premature babies. Mike is working with the world-famous inventor, Sir Ray Avery, on The Life...

Using nature to dispose of asbestos

Wouldn’t it be great if we could get rid of asbestos once and for good instead of leaving it for future generations to deal with?

The app mums have been waiting for

When Vlad Sadovenko was studying for his Postgraduate Diploma in Creative Practice two of his friends were struggling with the same problem. Both were new mothers, both were aware that...

Carpentry student gets new lease of life, builds house

David Simpson spent much of his working life crunching numbers before deciding to enrol at Unitec to study carpentry. “I decided that if I was a going to do something...

Changing what is possible in computing

Christian travelled to China with a group of ten Unitec students as part of a fully-funded Prime Minister’s Scholarship for Asia.

From the ground up: designing and building homes

Tina Martin knew a thing or two about building before she enrolled at Unitec to study carpentry.

Students set up shop on campus

What better way to learn about running a business than by actually running one?

One classroom, seven languages

One classroom, seven languages, no problem for student teacher

Solving the mystery of the murky creek

Two civil engineering students at Unitec are currently working with Auckland Council on a real-life project, researching the reasons a stream restoration project hasn’t resulted in the ecological improvements expected.

In Conversation with an Environmental Engineer

Unitec lecturer introduces West Auckland high-school students to environmental engineering — including the girls
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