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Ngareta Timutimu awarded prestigious University Medal

The University of Waikato has awarded its prestigious University Medal to Ngareta Timutimu (MNZM) recognising her service to the University as a member of the University Council and as Chairperson of Te Rōpū Manukura.

Study explores EV-lane charging potential

Researchers are accelerating the drive towards more sustainable travel, investigating the feasibility of wireless in-lane charging for electric vehicles.

Kidney function trajectory starts in childhood – Otago study

People who grew up in deprived socioeconomic conditions, or who were overweight in childhood, are more likely to have poorer kidney function in their 30s and 40s and are more at risk of developing chronic kidney disease as they get older...

Microplastics alter ecosystem in Auckland’s Waitematā Harbour

Clams, crabs, shrimp and microscopic worms live in an ecosystem fundamentally changed by tiny pieces of plastic, University of Auckland research shows.

Students aim for world speed record in custom-built electric car

In a New Zealand first, University of Canterbury Engineering students inspired by legendary Kiwi racer Burt Munro are taking on a world land-speed record in a rocket-shaped electric car they’ve designed and built.

Palmerston North celebrates 2022 graduates

The ceremonies, held at The Regent on Broadway, begin Tuesday morning and run until Friday afternoon, opening with Māori and Pacific ceremonies.

Kiwi women’s long rugby history

Opinion: The outpouring of support from women for the Black Ferns in this Rugby World Cup has been a revelation to many but, as Jennifer Curtin writes, we should not be surprised.

Black Ferns style of play capturing hearts and minds

Toni Bruce has been studying the meaning of men’s Rugby World Cups to New Zealanders since 2007. This year, the University of Auckland professor turned her gaze on the women’s Rugby World Cup and already has some interesting findings.

Flu jab protects against serious birth harms

Large study of Kiwis hospitalised with flu shows vaccinated have lower risk of stillbirths, premature and low birthweight babies.

Ocean-swimming scientist dives deep into wellbeing with prestigious fellowship

Christchurch scientist, University of Canterbury Lecturer Dr Essie Rodgers has been awarded the 2022 L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science New Zealand fellowship to further her research into conservation...
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