Engineering PhD students, Haukapuanui (left) and Sonny Vercoe are working to help make marae more resilient to natural hazards.

Many of us are unaware of how information we share with government agencies, businesses and on the internet can be used and manipulated by others without our knowledge or consent. PhD researcher Ella Newbold is looking at hapū data and how to better protect it.

Neuroscientist Nicole Edwards is establishing her own lab at the University of Auckland and is eager to tautoko students interested in a career in brain research.

AUT senior lecturer Deborah Heke encourages wāhine Māori to cherish their connection with te taiao.

Transportation planner, Corrigan Millar (Ngāti Kahungunu) believes the design of urban spaces can have an important impact on our well-being and that urban spaces in Aotearoa could be vastly improved if mana whenua were involved in the early stages of design.

Tairāwhiti local Manu Caddie is a vocal critic of forestry companies engaged in unsustainable land practices in the rohe. He shares his insights on what needs to change.

Last year a new species of fresh water golden clam was discovered in the Waikato awa. Its discovery spurred whānau, hapū and iwi to learn about the invasive species and to mobilise to stop its spread.

Hinemoa Watene loves rugby, but says it needs to improve its treatment of Māori and females for these players to really flourish.