The Maurice Wilkins Centre is one of seven New Zealand Centres of Research Excellence (CoREs) established by the Government to underpin world-class research efforts in New Zealand.
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May 17th 2016
MWC collaboration solves elusive protein structure
A collaboration between chemists and biologists from the Maurice Wilkins Centre has enabled researchers to solve the structure of a potent antimicrobial protein with potential to tackle bacterial diseases in kiwifruit vines.
May 3rd 2016
PhD project: the genetics of diabetes and obesity in New Zealand
A PhD opportunity has arisen which will apply cutting-edge genomics tools to understanding the genetic basis of diabetes and obesity in New Zealand’s unique Maori and Pacific population.
Research Seminar: From Aziridines to Alkaloids: Total Synthesis of (±)-Alstonerine
Professor Don Craig's lecture will describe the development of synthesis methods based on ring-opening of activated aziridines by sulfur-stabilised carbanionic nucleophiles.
DateApril 20th 2016
venueUniversity of Auckland, MedChem Lecture Theatre, Building 301 Rm - G053, 23 Symonds St
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