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New Zealand Business Research Translation Competition 2022

The Faculty of Business, Economics and Law, Auckland University of Technology is pleased to coordinate the New Zealand Business Research Translation Competition on behalf of the Associate Deans Research of New Zealand Business Schools.

Blue/Green Tech Lab opens in Tauranga

Tech week – New Zealand’s festival of technology and innovation – kicked off in Tauranga last night with the opening of a brand new aquaculture and horticulture collaboration, University of Waikato’s Blue/Green Tech Lab.

SLC Research Seminar – Sydney Shep, Marco Sonzogni, and John Seton

On the centenary of the publication of James Joyce’s Ulysses, three scholars share surprising new stories about the book, its owners, and its readers.

Otago records second-largest domestic enrolments in its history

The University of Otago is on track to secure the second-largest enrolment of domestic students in its history this year, but due to the ongoing impact of COVID‑19 disruption, international enrolments have dropped for a third successive year.

Hunga Volcano eruption and its once-in-a-century atmospheric wave

Hunga Volcano in the Kingdom of Tonga began a new eruptive sequence on 19 December 2021, culminating in the climactic eruption on 15 January 2022.

Why you should start composting now

All those dead leaves are perfect for all composting systems, including systems that don’t require much space, or even a garden.

Waikato’s Health degree the right path for scholarship recipient

Maia Gardiner’s (Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Ngai Te Rangi, Ngāti Kahungunu ki Te Wairoa) goal has always been clear; help her people.

Canterbury researchers in global effort to save Mekong Delta from drowning

Vietnam’s Mekong Delta is a global agro-economic powerhouse, home to 17 million people, but rising sea levels and the unsustainable management of water and sediment could drown the delta by the end of the century.

Scholarship gives University of Waikato nursing student a step up

Second-year nursing student Abigail Arguelles is the inaugural recipient of the Braemar Charitable Trust Scholarship in Nursing.

University of Canterbury enrolments hit record high last year

Student enrolments at the University of Canterbury hit a record high in 2021 despite the ongoing challenges of the pandemic.
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