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The centres of research excellence are virtual institutions that draw on the talent of top scientists from anywhere in the country in a particular research area.
The Dodd Walls Centre specialises in photonic and quantum technologies while the Mac Diarmid Institute focuses on materials science and nanotechnology.
Asking industry to set problems for the Dodd-Walls Centre and the Mac Diarmid Institute has really got everybody excited. Mac Diarmid Deputy Director Justin Hodgkiss on Radio NZ Business News on 10 May Mac Diarmid Deputy Director Justin Hodgkiss on Nine to Noon this morning 23 May The NBR interviewed one of our industry partners, Dr Andrew West, about the Interface Industry Challenge – the podcast is on the NBR site (Transcript from NBR site) “ Two Crown research institutes, the Mac Diarmid Institute and the Dodd-Walls Centre, wanted to connect their top scientists with some of New Zealand’s most innovative companies and showcase what they could do for them.
The companies are excited about tapping into top research minds, and the scientists are excited about working with and making a contribution to these companies.” Under the ‘Interface Industry Challenge’, the Dodd-Walls Centre and the Mac Diarmid Institute put out a call to New Zealand companies to come up with problems needing a hi-tech science solution. So they launched an Interface Industry Challenge late last year asking companies to come up with commercial problems they couldn’t solve within their own technological capability, which the CREs will help solve for free.