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University of Waikato hosts inaugural Donor Day in Tauranga

The University of Waikato Foundation – Te Pou Taunaki held its inaugural Donor Day at the Tauranga campus in September.

Experts unite to ‘supercharge’ children’s health, wellbeing & education

University of Canterbury experts are playing a key role in a new research collaboration to improve outcomes for the region’s youngest and most vulnerable.

Waikato shines bright in a sea of stars at science awards

University of Waikato scientists and researchers shone brightly in a stellar showcase of science talent at last night’s Kudos Awards.

Do you believe in luck?

New research reveals culture plays a major part in whether people believe in luck and precognition around the world, more so than age, gender and education combined.

Is New Zealand well prepared for the next COVID wave?

Following the Government decision to drop most mandatory Covid public health measures, Professor Michael Plank and co-author David Welch talk numbers on The Conversation.

A generous boost for a vibrant arts facility

Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington is delighted to announce a donation from Infratil, H.R.L Morrison & Co (“Morrison & Co”), and the Lloyd Morrison Trust in support of the national music centre in memory of Lloyd Morrison...

Inspiring Pacific students to study science

With Pacific people vastly under-represented in the sciences, Massey has been educating Pacific high school students about pathways into science careers.

Teacher aide course fills the gap

A new course at the University of Waikato is supporting teacher aides who work with school students with serious and complex learning needs, including those impacted by Covid-19.

Taking charge in the face of adversity – climate change adaptors...

As the world struggles to take meaningful action on climate change, University of Otago researchers are studying how mana whenua and local authorities are stepping up to help their communities.

Non-fungible tokens and a new era in art

Opinion: NFTs have been marred by claims they are worthless and criticised for their environmental impact, but they are allowing artists to explore creative avenues and generate new income streams and forms of engagement...
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