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Our institute brings together a wide range of expertise and facilities to help improve our understanding of the marine environment.
We research a whole range of marine processes, from fisheries and aquaculture to oceanography and marine chemistry.
For alumnus William Trubridge, free diving has become a passion in which he excels. He holds multiple world record titles.
A business start-up with plans to improve the shellfish industry by cultivating mussel ‘super babies’ has been named the overall winner at the 2019 Velocity $100k Challenge.
Marine Science brings together academic staff from seven departments as well as external partners including NIWA and Cawthron Institute.
Explore our range of Marine Science programmes for undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral students.
Combining a wide range of disciplines our research aims to improve understanding of the coastal and marine environment.
Meet our graduates and find out where their Marine Science degree has taken them.
The University's 'marine campus' sits at the edge of Goat Island, New Zealand's oldest marine reserve.
Our Discovery Centre is a must for anyone interested in New Zealand’s marine environment.
Our graduate school is a partnership with NIWA and offers unique opportunities in postgraduate research.
We work with a broad range of private and government organisations.
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