Callghan Innovation is a government agency supporting hi-tech businesses in New Zealand. A mix of about 300 researchers, engineers, scientists, technologists, designers, entrepreneurs, advisors and administrators delivers services to business.
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One of the leading research universities in New Zealand, the University of Canterbury was founded by scholars of Oxford and Cambridge universities in 1873, making it the second oldest in New Zealand and the fourth oldest in Australasia. The university is structured around five colleges: Arts, Business and Economics, Education, Engineering and Science and a School of Law. Each balances a commitment to innovation with a well deserved reputation for academic excellence.
IT4SE is a German-New Zealand research cooperation in the area of energy informatics with the aim of encouraging the efficient generation and smart consumption of renewable energy by private users. It is based on the insight that technology-supported tools and services can significantly accelerate the energy turn-around from the fossil fuel area towards efficient energy use along with private generation of renewable energy.
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