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UC third in New Zealand in Academic Ranking

Recently released, the 2021 ShanghaiRanking (AWRU) have ranked the University of Canterbury in the 401-500 ranking group. The University has retained its ranking group this year placing it third equal in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Professor Neil Gemmell named Dean of School of Biomedical Sciences

After making global headlines in his search for the Loch Ness monster, Professor Neil Gemmell has moved onto his next adventure as the new Dean of the School of Biomedical Sciences.

The Olympics’ real role models

The recent Olympics showed we are entering a new era, one in which people can be honest about their triumphs and their struggles, with athletes proving themselves true role models, says Dr Dougal Sutherland.

Nine Perfect Strangers review: sharp dialogue and excellent performances can’t hide...

This review contains minor spoilers for the first six episodes of Nine Perfect Strangers. Nine Perfect Strangers is a polished take on wellness culture that is less “eat the rich” than “pass the Kool-Aid”.

Research establishes possum density in NZ’s urban environments

New Zealand’s first rigorous estimates of possum density in urban areas has been published by the University of Otago, forming baseline data for predator control modelling and planning for the country’s Predator Free 2050 vision.

Creating change in the community

The Freemasons Scholarship is an excellent opportunity for AUT students to get financial support for their study. Available to AUT students who are active in their involvement in the community, the deadline for applications is 1 October.

Tracking COVID‑19 and variants of concern in wastewater around the globe

An international team of researchers led by the University of Otago and Western University, Canada, is investigating how wastewater can provide an accurate picture of COVID‑19 cases in a population and detect emerging variants of concern.

After its first suspected Delta variant community case, New Zealand goes...

New Zealanders are back in their bubbles after Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced a three day alert level 4 lockdown for the entire country, and a seven day period for Auckland...

Research backs iwi checkpoints

New research supports the use of community checkpoints, as implemented by Māori during the pandemic.

Nominations open for LU medals and awards

Nominations are now open for the 2022 Lincoln University medals and awards, which recognise individuals who have made outstanding achievements in their fields of expertise.
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