Catalyst: Strategic - NZ-Korea joint research partnership

A bilateral programme supported by MBIE and the Korean Ministry of Science and ICT (MSIT).

Three projects commenced in 2018, in the bilateral priority areas of ICT and Digital Technologies, Health Technologies, and Biotechnology. The NZ research teams each receiving $450,000 (GST excl.) over three years to collaborate with their counterparts from the Republic of Korea.

The projects are:

Project New Zealand partners Korean partners
Advanced security technologies for the Internet of Things University of Canterbury, AUT, Massey University, Victoria University Sungkyunkwan University, Korea University
Unlocking therapeutic potential of brain cells for treating traumatic brain injuries with digital human brain Auckland Bioengineering Institute (UoA) Seoul National University
Targeted evaluation of new micro-electronic monitoring devices for intelligent farming and smart harvesting in New Zealand and Korean horticulture Plant and Food Research, University of Waikato Seoul National University, National Institute of Horticultural and Herbal Science, Korea National Open University


Last updated: 01 October 2020