Funding results of China – Maurice Wilkins Centre Collaborative Research Programme (C-MWC)
24 May 2021
The C-MWC is pleased to announce the Programme’s 2021 Project Funding result. The purpose of the C-MWC programme is to strengthen research collaborations in biomedical sciences between NZ and China, both by deepening existing partnerships and initiating new collaborations b...
Open Call for China – Maurice Wilkins Centre Collaborative Research Programme (C-MWC)
18 January 2021
Applications open for project funding through the China-Maurice Wilkins Centre Programme (C-MWC)
MWC COVID-19 science video translated into Samoan
3 September 2020
A COVID-19 explanatory science video produced by Maurice Wilkins Centre Deputy Director Professor Peter Shepherd has been translated into Samoan by Fiti Laupua, Annie Tuisuga and Seuseu Dr. Tauati at the Samoa Research Organisation of Samoa (SROS).
MWC assisting with Samoa’s COVID-19 testing
5 July 2020
The Maurice Wilkins Centre has been working with the Scientific Research Organisation of Samoa (SROS) to obtain relevant equipment and protocols required for COVID-19 testing in Samoa.
2019 MWC-GIBH Joint Symposium
14 February 2020
Maurice Wilkins Centre (MWC) researchers gathered with a visiting delegation of scientists from the Guangzhou Institutes of Biomedicine and Health (GIBH), Chinese Academy of Sciences, for a one-day joint symposium in Auckland recently.
MWC hosts visiting Samoa scientists
17 June 2019
The Maurice Wilkins Centre was delighted to host scientists from Samoa recently who were in New Zealand to explore possible areas of biomedical research their organisation could undertake back in Samoa.
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).