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University of Otago Magazine issue 49

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Young New Zealander of the Year
University of Otago alumna Kendall Flutey is on a mission to help prepare every Kiwi kid for the financial world ahead.

 

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Kidney collaborations

Research is contributing towards a better understanding of kidney disease and its impacts

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eDNA and the monster myth

Professor Neil Gemmell reveals what he and his international team of scientists found in Loch Ness.

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A scholar’s life

Professor Atholl Anderson has spent his five-decade career researching and writing about our distant past.

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Online mastery

Otago’s online MBA is rated among the best in the world.

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At home in the Webster Chair

World-leading virologist Professor Miguel Quiñones-Mateu is the new holder of the Webster Family Chair in Viral Pathogenesis.

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150th celebrations

Photographs from sesquicentennial events held in recent months.

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Opinion

Professor Sir David Skegg discusses the problems facing public health in New Zealand.

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Addendum

Reunions, events, fundraising initiatives

 


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