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Otago Professor wins international Distinguished Scientist Award

A University of Otago researcher has received one of the most prestigious awards bestowed in international dentistry for his research into oral diseases.

Strong connections and an uplifting learning environment at UC

Recent graduate Amiria Reid’s love for her whakapapa, community and environment motivated her to do a Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Canterbury and led her to a fulfilling job.

UNSW Sydney to help drive semiconductor capability in NSW

The initiative will expand the state’s semiconductor industry and grow its potential as a future export market.

$45m injection to electrify innovation in Aussie solar tech

The Australian National University (ANU) will play a critical role in researching and developing cheaper, more efficient and more sustainable solar technologies thanks to a multi-million dollar cash splash...

New online Masters course in Mediation and Dispute Resolution

Newcastle Law School has launched a new online Master in Laws (LL.M.) degree programme in Mediation and International Commercial Dispute Resolution.

Lincoln University receives Crown funding to complete construction of flagship science...

The University has received a further $60 million of Crown funding to complete the construction of its flagship science facility.

Jute’s hidden histories explored at V&A Dundee

The experiences of jute workers in Bangladesh and India will be explored in a new commission at V&A Dundee, developed in partnership with Dundee Heritage Trust and the University of Dundee.

Can robotics help us achieve sustainable development?

An international team of scientists, led by the University of Leeds, have assessed how robotics and autonomous systems might facilitate or impede the delivery of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

$45 million funding to boost solar technology research and development

With solar a big part of our energy future, researchers driving Australia’s international lead in solar technology welcome funding.

Erectile dysfunction drugs could help treat oesophageal cancer

A group of drugs commonly used to treat erectile dysfunction may be able to boost the effect of chemotherapy in oesophageal cancer, according to new research from the University of Southampton.
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