Talking COVID and working with communities to increase vaccination
18 October 2021
NZ Biotech community gathers for MWC Commercialisation workshop
11 June 2021
The MWC hosted a full-day workshop with the aims of increasing understanding of the commercialisation process and providing opportunities for ECR’s to network with industry colleagues.
MWC community gathers for the Maurice Wilkins Centre Research Symposium & Future Science Day 2021
12 February 2021
In early February we welcomed MWC investigators and associates to the Centre’s annual research symposium, held at the University of Auckland. The three day event was a gathering of New Zealand's brightest minds at the UoA’s brand new conference facility in the Faculty of Eng...
MWC hosts gene editing workshop at QRW
7 October 2019
The MWC Early Career Steering Committee (ECSC) recently hosted a workshop on CRISPR Cas 9 (gene editing) technology at Queenstown Research Week (QRW) in early September 2019.
MWC launches mentoring programme
17 September 2019
The MWC Early Career Steering Committee (ECSC) have implemented a mentoring programme within the MWC with the overall aim of providing career and/or personal development across different areas of research.
More Kiwi scientists becoming business leaders and entrepreneurs
26 February 2019
The Maurice Wilkins Centre hosted a full-day workshop on 22 February 2019 at Victoria University of Wellington for young scientists keen to learn more about how to commercialise their work.
MWC investigators attend Guangzhou iPSC workshop
30 October 2018
Three Maurice Wilkins Centre investigators recently travelled to China to attend an induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) workshop run by our partners at the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Guangzhou Institutes of Biomedicine and Health (GIBH).
MWC 2017 Research Symposium Highlights
20 December 2017
The Maurice Wilkins Centre 2017 Research Symposium was held at the University of Otago, Dunedin, from 4 to 5 December. We report on the highlights of what was a highly informative and memorable couple of days attended by more than 130 researchers from around New Zealand.