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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.

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...

Kiwi scientists investigate Sky-Tower’s weird effect

When a scientist noticed the Sky-Tower appeared squat from close-up and tall from far away, he decided to investigate.

New researching charging the way for national power savings

An environmentally friendly and safer alternative to lithium-ion batteries, redox-flow batteries are used for grid storage, but they are big —usually the size of a shipping container—slow and expensive.

Rutherford support for promising scientists

Investigations into brain cancer prevention and the origins of our solar system have seen two scientists from Waipapa Taumata Rau, University of Auckland awarded prestigious fellowships.

Royal recognition for Canterbury computer science lecturer

A Canterbury professor who co-wrote a book about computer science for kids that has been translated into 30 languages has received a 2024 New Year Honour.

Dietary changes could help NZ reach climate targets

Eating less meat and dairy has the potential to help Aotearoa New Zealand reach its climate goals, say the authors of a new study.

UC technology plugs the leak in NZ’s water infrastructure

A UC research team has received $360,000 in Marsden funding to develop technology to assess and inform water use and infrastructure across New Zealand.

Ngā Puanga Pūtaiao Fellowships empower Māori and Pacific STEM researchers

Several University of Waikato staff were awarded a prestigious fellowship from The Royal Society Te Apārangi, supporting early and mid-career Māori and Pacific STEM researchers.
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