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20 Feb 2024

MBIE grant funds sustainable tourism research


Reimagining the tourism experience using innovative technology is the vision for...

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02 Feb 2024

Te Tumu pōhiri Te Ao o Rongomaraeroa: Otago’s new alliance


Te Ao o Rongomaraeroa |National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (TAOR) has...

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26 Jan 2024

A Pacific study about the space that relates


A recent Samoan and Niuean Psychology graduate proves he’s one to watch after de...

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25 Jan 2024

Furry fruit improves mental health – fast


Kiwifruit has proven itself as a powerful mood booster and new research from the...

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24 Jan 2024

Making medicines and other pharmaceutical mysteries


In honour of this year’s International Day of Education (24 January), Dr Susan H...

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17 Jan 2024

The experience of real chemistry


While chemistry as a subject can mean different things to different people, for...

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12 Jan 2024

New Year Honour raises women’s health burden to public consciousness


A pioneering researcher on the ‘hidden burden of women’s health’ is among those...

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10 Jan 2024

Bringing an end to the buzz - Should we genetically modify wasps?


Aotearoa’s summertime species is silently and secretly wreaking havoc.

09 Jan 2024

A quest for happiness


Conner’s work examines “modifiable lifestyle habits than improve or impede wellb...

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31 Dec 2023

Daring and gratitude


Faumuina Professor Fa’afetai (Tai) Sopoaga's peril-pocked story has more tragedy...

Dr Erin Penno

20 Dec 2023

Relationships vital to success of Aotearoa’s health system


As Aotearoa New Zealand shifts to a more centralised health system, University o...

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20 Dec 2023

Professor Leigh Hale bestowed NZ’s highest Physiotherapy honour


Dean of the School of Physiotherapy Professor Leigh Hale has been made an Honora...

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