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University-wide research from the Faculty of Science

The Faculty of Science is host to programmes that bring our university researchers together with industry.

  • Agritech Programme

    With expertise primarily drawn from the Science, Engineering, Medical and Health Sciences and Business faculties, the Agritech Programme creates a new hub for any project looking at the business, science and technology of primary production.

  • The Biopharma Programme

    The Biopharma Programme at the Faculty of Science, is a thematic research initiative of The University of Auckland.

  • The Food and Health Programme

    A major research and teaching programme drawing on expertise in food science, process engineering, nutrition, health, social sciences, business and commercialisation from across the University.

  • George Mason Centre for the Natural Environment

    The George Mason Centre for the Natural Environment (GMCNE) is a multi-disciplinary research centre in the Faculty of Science that focuses on environmental restoration, conservation and sustainability.

  • Centre for Green Chemical Science

    The Centre for Green Chemical Science promotes and facilitates interdisciplinary research, education and public engagement in Green Chemical Science.

  • Hybrid Polymers Research Programme

    An interfaculty research programme on anti-microbial, anti-oxidant, and gas permeable hybrid polymers that offer business and industry a very broad range of new, high value industrial, food and medical applications.

  • Sustainable Built Futures Centre

    An interfaculty initiative to foster sustainable built environments.

  • Urban Research Network

    The Urban Research Network is a multidisciplinary research hub which draws together a community of urban researchers with specialist expertise from across the University of Auckland.