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Amongst twenty new Fellows and three Honorary Fellows recently elected to the Academy of the Royal Society Te Apārangi for their distinction in research and advancement of science, technology and the humanities were NPM Co-Director Professor Waimarie Nikora and Principal Investigator Professor Angus Macfarlane.
 
Professor Angus Macfarlane (University of Canterbury)

The successful 2018 Marsden Fund recipients have been announced from across the country and this year the list includes many past and present NPM researchers working as Principal Investigators and Associate Investigators on a number of new, engaging and exciting projects.

The Marsden Fund grants support New Zealand’s best investigator-initiated research in the areas of science, engineering, maths, social sciences and the humanities and it is important that research borne out of matauranga Māori has been recognised and celebrated this year.

Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga has announced a comprehensive suite of nine new research platforms, which are contributing to an enhanced research focus for NPM and designed to deliver innovation in areas of significant research challenge for Aotearoa New Zealand.
 
Working collaboratively across our 21 institutional partners and coordinating with a wide group of researchers, NPM has developed these platforms to further empower and drive Māori communities towards greater economic, cultural, social and environmental well-being.
 

In 2016 and 2017 Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga together with its research partners and network developed and commenced 19 new seed and scope projects which were designed to test, progress and advance initial research ideas and propositions through to fully realised projects.

Now in 2018, NPM has announced 11 further new seed and scope research projects which will together continue to contribute to NPM’s research programme.

Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga is on the eve of eight continuous days of intense global sharing of Indigenous-led researched solutions with hundreds of highly experienced Indigenous researchers  arriving into Tāmakai Makaurau Auckland from almost 100 tribal nations, each of them specialists in business, health and medicine, sciences, humanities, languages, the performing arts and many other disciplines.

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