Welcome to the Faculty of Science
The Faculty of Science at the University of Auckland is the largest and most highly ranked science faculty in New Zealand. More than 7,000 students study in our 10 schools and departments, learning from internationally-renowned lecturers.
Research Bazaar (ResBaz) Event
02 February 2016The Research Bazaar is a (free-of-charge) 3-day intensive conference where researchers come together to up-skill in ‘next generation digital research tools and skills’.
Eyetrackers exhibition explores how we see art
29 January 2016The upcoming Eyetrackers exhibition at MOTAT uses the latest eye-tracking technology to track the movements of people’s eyes while they look at artworks.
Award winning poster
15 January 2016Group work in the lab resulted in a very focused and engaged group of students from BIOSCI 102 – Plants, Microbes & Society class of 2015; not to mention a winning poster.
10th IASC Asian Conference on Statistical Computing Event as iCalendar
11 December 2017 - 14 December 2017It is our great pleasure to invite you to Auckland to attend the 10th Conference of the IASC (2017 IASC-ARS/NZSA) to be hosted by the Department of Statistics, The University of Auckland in Dec 2017.
Workshop - Bayesian and Penalised Regression Methods for Epidemiological Analysis’ Event as iCalendar
08 September 2016 - 09 September 2016, 9am - 5:30pmThis short course will be led by Prof Sander Greenland, Research Professor and Emeritus Professor of Epidemiology and Statistics, University of California, Los Angeles. Hosted by the Statistical Consulting Centre
PhD studentship: Surface functionalisation of advanced fibres for polymer composite applications
23 October 2015Nuenz Ltd, an advanced material manufacturing company, and the NZ Product Accelerator are offering a PhD studentship in Chemistry to study the dispersion and bonding of advanced fibres in polymers and their effect on the physical properties of the fibre-polymer composites
PhD Scholarship: Stretchy, sticky, self-healing organic electronics
05 February 2016A PhD scholarship, funded by the prestigious Marsden Fund, is available to work on an interdisciplinary project that will make a unique and substantial contribution to the advancement of organic conducting materials.