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Behind every business success story is a support network of organisations that make their achievements possible and the AUT Business School Excellence in Business

AUT alumna Tee Twyford has achieved a lot in her few years. From bright-eyed AUT graduate to high-profile editor of NZGirl, social media and

AUT retail students create amazing retail window displays to compete for Selfridges internship.

How is technology changing our approach and attitudes towards sex, intimacy and relationships? Henry Oliver talks to psychology academic (and TEDxAuckland speaker) Pani Farvid

AUT’s high-flying alumna and Twitter head of global operations, Kate Taylor, is currently at home with a new baby, so we interrupted the bonding

From his early days as a hungry creative in Singapore in the early 2000s, to creative director at some massive New York ad agencies

The academic world tends to focus on the theoretical; on what should be done. The business world tends to focus on the pragmatic; on

This is the chance you've been waiting for. We’re offering lucky Idealog readers like you the chance to win one of two $499 places

From a young age Adriana Christie, co-owner of Pallet Kingdom, knew she wanted to get into social enterprise. At the age of 13, having

Teenage entrepreneur Bonnie Howland put her university degree on hold to launch a cosmetics company where every sale will help restore the sight of

We ask Idealog’s best to reflect on what’s changed in the last 10 years. And what still needs to.

We ask Idealog’s best to reflect on what’s changed in the last 10 years. And what still needs to.

Leaders in everything from legal services to research, from search optimisation to disputes resolution and more gathered to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the

Looking for a good time in central Auckland? Idealog spent a few hours at AUT’s Colab, and came away buzzing.

A clever alarm to prevent kids dying in hot cars has won AUT startup weekend

Guy Ryan’s Festival for the Future last weekend attracted more than 500 young people with an inconsequential goal: making the world a better place.

A design student’s boot cleaning station may be key to fighting New Zealand’s killer kauri disease.

As the $2.5bn-plus Square Kilometre Array project moves one baby-step closer to revealing the origins of the universe (well, maybe), New Zealand scientists and

A new collaboration between AUT University and the ADHB sees design students working on patient-friendly innovation

How and why we educate students today has a direct and fundamental bearing on the world they will create for the future. So let’s

Grimy worms upcycling organic waste into fertiliser seems to be the way of the future – at least it won the hearts (and pockets)

Certain head injuries make people lose the ability to read facial cues. Research from AUT's Centre for eHealth is helping them get it back

New Zealand tourism has 100% Pure. Wellington has its Absolutely Positively. What's Auckland's story? ATEED's Vivien Bridgwater is tasked with opening the book

In a new exhibition called 'Material Matters', AUT University students have created small pieces of furniture and lighting pieces, exploring design around a dominant

A new research centre has been launched at AUT University to address the gap in entrepreneurial skills of tertiary students in New Zealand.

‘Do what you love’ is a common refrain these days

The organisers have been able to secure more space at the Viaduct Events Centre so limited tickets are available for purchase. Tables of 10

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