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Psychological thriller wins inaugural Phoenix Prize

A pacy psychological thriller set in contemporary Sydney has won the inaugural Phoenix Prize for its author Rachel Paris, a Master of Creative Writing student from the University of Auckland’s Faculty of Arts.

Canterbury to host premiere climate adaptation conference

An international climate adaptation conference will bring together the world’s top scientists, Indigenous scholars and policymakers in Ōtautahi Christchurch in 2025.

How to apply for studying abroad in New Zealand?

New Zealand has advantages such as high-quality education, a safe and stable environment, a multicultural society, a good quality of life, and opportunities for permanent residency after graduation...

Awards given to exceptional UC teachers and mentors

Improving access for diverse learners is a common theme among the 2023 winners of Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha | University of Canterbury’s annual Teaching Awards.

Rapid rise of endometrial cancer in Aotearoa

Healthcare professionals are concerned about the management of endometrial cancer as the rate of cases rise in Aotearoa New Zealand, new University of Otago, Wellington research shows.

Novel wool-derived protein a potential key to improving type-2 diabetes management

New research has provided insight into the functional potential of wool-derived protein, with an initial trial revealing it can influence how the body responds to insulin.

Double awards win for UC Pacific education specialist

University of Canterbury (UC) Senior Lecturer Leali’ie’e Dr Tufulasi Taleni has been recognised for his research and impact in the field of Pacific education, winning two national awards.

Professor Mohan Dutta receives award for applied communication scholarship

Professor Dutta has been announced as the 2023 recipient of the National Communication Association’s Gerald M Phillips Award.

Massey to co-host major international learning conference in 2025

Te Pūkenga and Massey University Te Kunenga ki Pūrehuroa will co-host the International Council for Open and Distance Education’s (ICDE) 30th World Conference in Wellington in 2025.

$1m boost for innovative engineering research

The founding director of the Auckland Bioengineering Institute, Distinguished Professor Peter Hunter, has stepped down. But his work to create our digital twin continues.
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