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@PacificEdgeLtd & @cxbladder is ready with @ChiasmaNZ come join us for @Techweektv #twnz18 #goodfortheworld #professor #scientists #chiefscientificofficer


Hi People out there. Know if anyone keen on. PhD project with @ABIaucklandacnz? @OrionHealth @nzhealthit @ChiasmaNZ

Thanks @ChiasmaNZ @VicUniWgtn for hosting a great launch event last night. MSL @callaghannz is proud to partner with you to connect STEM students with industry

The countdown to @TechweekNZ is on! From 19 May, the festival amplifying New Zealand innovation that's good for the world begins. @auckland_nz has amazing events from robots to apps, women in tech, gaming and AR/VR. Find out what's on

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Another Year Gone, What’s Next?

November 13, 2017UncategorizedIt was this time last year that I was finishing my undergraduate science degree in physiology, and I had no idea what was next. I was engulfed by exam prep but the constant stress of not knowing what I was going to do the year after made me extremely anxious. Should I stay at Uni and do postgraduate study? Do I have the motivation to continue? Should I move back to Hamilton and get a job?  What job can I get following my degree?

NZBIO Conference 2017: ‘Global Mega Trends’

October 27, 2017UncategorizedThe NZBIO 2017 Annual Conference was held on 12th & 13th October at Te Wharewaka o Poneke in Wellington. This year, the theme of the conference was ‘Global Mega Trends’ where we gathered to explore some of the biggest opportunities evolving in biotech across the world today. With world-leading entrepreneurs, investors, scientists, and people at the forefront of biotech gathered together, exciting conversations and ideas were shared around the room. Many of us left inspired and excited about the future of New Zealand’s biotechnology industry.

Chiasma’s Career Catalyst series

October 4, 2017UncategorizedThis year Chiasma ran four workshops as part of their Career Catalyst series. Quite honestly, I was put off workshops in the past due to speakers that would get too technical, or activities during the workshops I did not really find useful. However, being a committee member of Chiasma motivated me to attend these workshops anyway, to help run the evening. And I could not believe how inspired I felt leaving these workshops and how many people we managed to gather for most of them.