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.
Applications are invited until 5 September for this Fellowship, worth $10000, which will be awarded to a 'rising star' in mathematics and its applications for a research visit to the University of Auckland.
Study options, Career building advice and a tour of student accommodation. Come along to our annual open day on Saturday 27 August to experience what its like to be a student at New Zealand's leading university.
Ocean between NZ and Australia a “hotspot”
29 August 2016The ocean between New Zealand and Australia is a global “hotspot”, one of the fastest-warming ocean regions on the planet at four times the global average.
Is science male?
19 August 2016Why are there so few senior women working in the Science field and what can we do to make science gender-neutral? These and other questions where discussed at two presentations by Professor Jenny Martin Director of the Eskitis Drug Discovery Institute at Griffith University in Brisbane.
The Future of Memory
19 August 2016Professor Donna Rose Addis presented her inaugural lecture about the Future of Memory at the Fale, which was full to the brim with people eager to hear about her life and work.
PhD Studentship in Biosecurity Science - Wasps
07 April 2016Based within the Plant & Food Research’s Biosecurity Group at Lincoln near Christchurch, this project will investigate the possibility of manipulating wasp foraging based on knowledge of chemical ecology and insect learning, and investigate potential new tactics for control. It is part of the National Science Challenge; our Biological Heritage.
2017 Kalman Visiting Fellowship
28 July 2016Applications are invited until 5 September for this Fellowship, worth $10000, which will be awarded to a 'rising star' in mathematics and its applications for a research visit to the University of Auckland.