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Callaghan Innovation boosts value-added food production in Waikato

14 October 2014

Callaghan Innovation is helping New Zealand food and beverages businesses by investing $3 million to assist FoodWaikato establish wet processing facilities at its pilot scale spray dryer plant, as part of New Zealand’s Food Innovation Network.

Innovation Skills workshop: Disruptive Manufacturing and Engineering Innovation

14 October 2014

Don’t miss this interactive, hands-on workshop with Frank Wagner on 4 November 2014 in Auckland.

No.8 Re-wired book launch

9 October 2014

Join us for the launch of David Downs and Jon Bridges’ book, No. 8 Re-wired.

R&D Growth Grants for 22 more high-tech companies

2 October 2014

New Research and Development (R&D) Growth Grants expected to be worth more than $32m over three years have been awarded to another 22 high tech companies by Callaghan Innovation, Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce announced today.

Bioresource Processing Alliance workshop

1 October 2014

Christchurch workshop for South Island companies interested in bioresource processing.

Callaghan Innovation and Movio unite on Big Data project

24 September 2014

Auckland-based technology firm Movio says working with the Big Data specialists at Callaghan Innovation has enabled it to boost the value of its innovative global cinema marketing software by millions of dollars a year. 

Accelerate - September 2014

16 September 2014

The latest issue of Accelerate has landed.

R&D Student Grants announced

21 August 2014

330 future innovators will be able to benefit from the latest Student R&D Grants

Tony Seba asks, 'Will your business disrupt or will you be disrupted?'

13 August 2014

Callaghan Innovation is excited to host Auckland and Christchurch workshops with Tony Seba, international thought leader on disruptive technologies.

New growth grants to boost R&D in NZ

11 August 2014

Research and Development (R&D) Growth Grants expected to be worth more than $41m over three years have been approved for 23 high tech companies.

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