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Linking past and future
Proud alumnus honours family through medical and piping scholarships

The hunt for Nessie
Professor Neil Gemmell says there is serious science behind his search of Loch Ness

Poignant gift to help others
Generous gift helps Otago cancer research


Your Story: Wayne Fairbrother

Otago Science alumnus Wayne Fairbrother has many career highlights, but says a recent meeting with a man who was cancer-free after taking a product his team helped develop was "very inspiring".


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E15 Networks and Events
Networks and Events

Thanks for joining us at a range of recent events in Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific.

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Jul London alumni event
03 Fieldfisher, Riverbank House
6pm – 9pm
Jul Berlin alumni event
07 New Zealand Residence
6pm – 8pm
Jul Hamilton alumni event
30 Waikato Museum
6pm – 8pm
Jul Tauranga alumni event
31 Tauranga Art Gallery
6pm – 8pm
Aug New Plymouth alumni event
02 Govett-Brewster Art Gallery
6pm – 8pm
E15 Support Otago Lecture hot picks
Supporting Otago: Dental Chairs

The School of Dentistry's extensive redevelopment provides the opportunity for donors to have their contributions acknowledged with an engraved plaque.

Lecture hot picks

In each eConnect issue we bring you talks by outstanding academics and alumni.
E15 We Heart Otago
We Otago - Scarfie Flats

Sarah Gallagher and Dr Ian Chapman's forthcoming book Scarfie Flats will explore the history of Dunedin flat names.

Jul Science expo
07 University of Otago Science Expo
Sat 7 Jul – Sun 8 Jul
Jul Dealing to the Museum
08 Stories behind the exotic animals in Dunedin's museum collection.
Jul Go beyond the seashore
15 Interactive visit to the Marine Studies Centre in Portobello
Jul Suffragette screening
18 Roundtable discussion and screening of the film Suffragette
For a more comprehensive list of events please visit the events page

E15 Otago 150th Anniversary

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