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E tautoko ana ngā takuhe a Te Pūtea a Marsden

Thursday, 8 November 2018, 10:00 am | Marsden Fund

E tautoko ana ngā takuhe a Te Pūtea a Marsden i ngā rangahau auaha i Aotearoa mai i ngā rāpoi ngota tae atu ki ngā moroiti o Te Kōpaka Runga He $85.6 miriona (GST kore) kua tohaina e Te Pūtea a Marsden ki ngā kaupapa rangahau 136 puta noa ... More >>

New Marsden Fund grants support innovative research

Thursday, 8 November 2018, 9:44 am | Marsden Fund

New Marsden Fund grants support innovative research in Aotearoa from atoms to Antarctica’s microbes The Marsden Fund has allocated $85.6 million (excluding GST) to a total of 136 research projects across New Zealand. These grants support New Zealand’s ... More >>

$60 million awarded to Marsden Fund researchers

Friday, 24 September 2010, 1:35 pm | Marsden Fund

More than 100 research projects have shared $60 million of funding in this year’s Marsden Fund grants. More >>

A record breaking $66 million for Marsden Fund

Thursday, 8 October 2009, 10:17 am | Marsden Fund

The Marsden Fund Council has announced its largest investment ever of $66 million. The money will support 111 world-class research projects from New Zealand’s universities and Crown Research Institutes. More >>

Marsden fund to research climate change and more

Thursday, 6 September 2007, 4:18 pm | Marsden Fund

Exploring the impacts of climate change on Antarctic ice, investigating the speaking habits of the kokako and finding out how going under an anaesthetic affects your body clock are among the research projects in the latest $44 million Marsden Funding ... More >>

Marsden Update 39

Tuesday, 21 August 2007, 4:37 pm | Marsden Fund

This issue features New Zealand research on the age of the Chatham Islands, obesity, the repression of emotions and more. More >>

Marsden Fund Council Rejects Media Criticism

Wednesday, 27 September 2006, 1:07 pm | Marsden Fund

The Council believes that recent unfounded criticism in the media of the ethics and the research some of New Zealand's leading academics is highly regrettable. The research of these brilliant individuals is one of the most important sources of the future ... More >>

 

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