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Fish farming licence adds depth to research

Large-scale research into a wide variety of algae is a step closer for Aotearoa’s first…

5 August 2022

Leading academics awarded Emeritus Professor titles

Two leading University of beat365手机下载app academics have been awarded the prestigious title of Emeritus Professor…

2 August 2022

Double major and university at 16

Keshav Mahindra achieved University Entrance and NCEA Level 3, all there was left to do…

1 August 2022

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A Supreme Court judge, Māori business leaders and professional directors are being recognised by the…

29 July 2022

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Thirteen University of beat365手机下载app students and alumni will be competing in this year’s Commonwealth Games…

27 July 2022

Worth waiting for – Kirstin Chavez comes to the beat365手机下载app

When internationally acclaimed mezzo soprano Kirstin Chavez takes the stage at the GAPA tomorrow, the…

26 July 2022

Three new professors announced

University of beat365手机下载app Vice-Chancellor, Professor Neil Quigley has today shared the appointment of some distinguished…

22 July 2022

Ocean scientist awarded L’Oréal Fellowship

A University of beat365手机下载app PhD student has won a L’Oréal-UNESCO for Women in Science mentoring…

22 July 2022

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As Russia and Ukraine trade blame for prisoner-of-war deaths, what becomes of the Geneva Convention?

The deaths of more than 50 Ukrainian prisoners of war last week is not only an apparent war crime, but…

We analysed NZ Twitter users’ language during lockdown – with surprising results

Social media has the reputation of being spontaneous, rushed, prone to typos and ungrammatical sentences, and generally a linguistic disaster.

How likely would Britain’s 40°C heatwave have been without climate change?

Every heatwave occurring today is made more likely and intense by human-caused climate change.