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Hwa Chong Institution team wins inaugural all-remote OneArena Robotics Challenge

True to their name, Team Gamestorm Pro from Hwa Chong Institution has emerged as the champions of the inaugural OneArena Robotics Challenge, walking away with a $1,200 cash prize.

Negative music strikes a positive note in listeners’ memories

Have you ever listened to a piece of music, and despite the genre or tone, been able to think of a positive memory?

UM holds science talks to increase local high schoolers’ interest in biomedical sciences

To stimulate local high school students’ interest in learning science, the University of Macau (UM) Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS) organised two science talks on biomedical sciences.

Teesside University student competes for Team GBR at gymnastics world championships

A chiropractic student from Teesside University represented Team GBR at a major gymnastics competition in Azerbaijan.

University of Waikato launches New Zealand’s first Esports minor qualification

With three out of every four New Zealanders now involved in video gaming, the University of Waikato has launched New Zealand’s first Esports minor qualification and is taking enrolments for 2022.

Senior Julia Chaffers awarded Marshall Scholarship for graduate study in the UK

Chaffers, of Wellesley, Massachusetts, is concentrating in history and pursuing a certificate in African American studies. She is among the 41 winners of the 2022 Marshall Scholarship, selected from nearly 1,000 applicants from public and private colleges and universities across the United States.

Massey author wins British Psychology Society Book Award

Professor Sarah Riley from the School of Psychology has won the Monograph award at the 2021 British Psychology Society Book Awards.

Percussionist scores in arts funding round

University of Canterbury Senior Lecturer in Music Performance, percussionist Dr Justin DeHart, will commission five new works for solo percussion from five prominent composers, thanks to a $74,000 Creative New Zealand Arts grant.

First Monash University international students in two years touch down

Monash University recently welcomed the first of its international students arriving back in Melbourne as part of the Victorian Government’s International Student Arrivals Plan (ISAP).

Young women in rugby join Canterbury concussion study

The two-year Canterbury study, which will kick off in next year’s rugby season amid growing concern about health and safety in the sport, originally involved two teams of male junior rugby players at the Waihora Rugby Club in Tai Tapu, with funding from the Canterbury Medical Research Foundation.
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