Ideas to life


At UniServices, we bring ideas to life. We partner with the best minds in business and academia to apply intelligent thinking to ideas that have the potential to change the world.

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Together with our partners, we look to the future, imagine the possibilities, and innovate for public and private good. For nearly 30 years, we've collaborated with hundreds of organisations on thousands of projects in New Zealand and around the world.

Some of the people we work with

What we're working on

The University of Auckland Innovation Institute China (UOAIIC) opened this month to develop and commercialise its research and to provide a springboard for innovative New Zealand companies and researchers to collaborate and tap into the local market.

UniServices news

Winners of the fifth annual KiwiNet Research Commercialisation Awards, designed to celebrate commercialisation success within New Zealand’s universities and Crown Research Institutes, have been announced. "We are very proud to have won two awards at the recent Kiwinet Awards, to win Deal of the Year and Research and Business Partnership award, demonstrates that our innovative, client led approach to commercialisation and research deliver great results that are recognised within the community." Will Charles, GM Technology Development.  
Hopes to fight untreatable strains of gonorrhoea have risen after it emerged that a new vaccine against meningitis unexpectedly reduced the risk of people getting the sexually transmitted infection.
UniServices has signed a multi-million-dollar deal that will allow a significant increase in the number and quality of world class “disruptive” companies spun out of the university’s research and development. It is part of an agreement that will see Auckland and the Group of Eight (Go8*) Australian universities together receive investment of “at least” NZ$215 million over 10 years to find and develop companies involved in “disruptive innovation” in areas such as digital medicine, new medical therapies and quantum computing.