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NZ is facing a fragmented global economy

This article is republished from The Conversation under a Creative Commons license, and written by AUT Professor Peter Enderwick. Read the original article.

Coveted EQUIS award for Business School

AUT Business School has been awarded the prestigious EQUIS accreditation, an endorsement of excellence held by an elite group of business schools around the world.

Celebrating the 2021 UC Young New Zealander of the Year

Congratulations to Jazz Thornton, an impressive young New Zealander who passionately advocates for mental health nationally, and around the world.

Sleep treatment used by 1 in 4 children with autism

One in four children on the autism spectrum in Aotearoa New Zealand are given melatonin to help them sleep, a new University of Canterbury (UC) study has found.

Tuatara eggs hatch for Easter at Orokonui Ecosanctuary

A rare sighting of five new hatchling tuatara emerging at Orokonui Ecosantuary has been caught on camera by University of Otago researchers who were undertaking...

Master’s student committed to protecting NZ environment

Early on during her undergraduate studies at Lincoln University, she discovered that her interests lay in biosecurity and bioprotection.

Argyle Scholarship support praised

She is one of 10 recipients of the $6000 award established by Lincoln University in 2020, in recognition of the contribution of Marlborough’s Gordon Holmes to farming and education...

University of Canterbury student hones skills to help Pacific home

A goal of giving back to his developing home country, Papua New Guinea, has motivated Charlie Ikosi to study at the University of Canterbury (UC).

After a year of digital learning and virtual teaching, let’s hear...

Can children develop a love of reading by sitting alone with an e-book? In a new article on The Conversation, Associate Professor Kathryn MacCallum argues that real books are more engaging.

New Research Challenges Long-Held Theories of Alzheimer’s Disease Progerssion With Impact...

Macquarie University dementia researchers have harnessed a system previously used for cancer research in a major discovery that debunks previous thinking on Alzheimer’s Disease development.
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