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The Division of Sciences has research and teaching strengths in fundamental and applied sciences, in human performance and health, and in environmental science

A sciences education develops the essential lifelong learning skills that employers seek such as critical thinking, communication skills, interpersonal and teamwork skills, and analytical and problem-solving skills.

Studying Science at Otago gives you the opportunity to participate and learn in an environment where cutting-edge research projects are under way all the time. It's an environment that has earned us our international reputation.

 

Coastal People: Southern Skies – Responding to climate change

Division of Sciences researchers are leading transformative research on climate change in New Zealand and across the Pacific.

This research collaboration connects communities with world-leading, cross-discipline research to rebuild coastal ecosystems.

Coastal People: Southern Skies

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Can mirror imaging fool the brain?

And can that trick help people with phantom limb pain?

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Lyall Hanton

Chemistry lecturer Lyall Hanton admits to an obsession with science from a young age.