Monthly Archives: November 2015

Hardware is hard work

The first fully immersive hardware focused accelerator to run in New Zealand wrapped up on 19 November with seven teams pitching up a storm. By Jesse Keith Hardware is hard-work and ‘Lightning Lab – Manufacturing’ was certainly no exception. The … Continue reading

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Double Brown

Callaghan Innovation’s Dr Ian Brown​ has been honoured for his lifetime of inspiring work this month. Twice. Ian, Distinguished Scientist within the Advanced Materials Group of Callaghan innovation’s Research and Technology Services, has been honoured by the science community with two … Continue reading

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To bee or not to bee

NatureHack Callaghan Innovation prize winner Tim McNamara talks about adding value to land, blending ecology and commercial reality, and going without sleep. NatureHack, a Landcare Research and Callaghan Innovation-funded weekend hackathon hosted at Wellington’s wildlife sanctuary Zealandia on November 6, … Continue reading

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The sound of success

A world-leading expert in ultrasound imaging technology says Callaghan Innovation is helping to develop a potential revolution in the diagnosis of head injuries. Roman Maev, distinguished professor at Canada’s Windsor University and head of the Institute for Diagnostic Imaging Research is in … Continue reading

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Wanted: 3D food printer chef

Job training as we know it may be a thing of the past, as the pace of change accelerates, according to Da Vinci Institute futurist and executive director Thomas Frey. By Sara McFall. According to research from Oxford University, 40% … Continue reading

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Post apo-cow-liptic world

Professor Mark Post, brought by Callaghan Innovation to New Zealand for Beyond The Line of Sight, says animal welfare concerns could see the living animal divorced from the process of creating meat. This is the phenomenon of ‘cultured beef’ – … Continue reading

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Innovation at 1000 kms per hour

Callaghan Innovation clients recently benefited from a chance to learn from a company leading its field globally from an office in Auckland. An Auckland software company has opened its doors to other businesses to learn from its innovation process. Private Flight Global is … Continue reading

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