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Professor R Paul Singh

21 Jun 2024

Visiting Professor's research food for thought

Climate change is already adversely affecting the production of important food c...

OUSA Student Support manager Dwaine Tait

20 Jun 2024

Place-race heating up for 2025 flats

Don’t panic! That’s the message OUSA Student Support manager Dwaine Tait has for...

The three post graduate students who have won the Department of Botany a new thermal cycler

11 Jun 2024

Botany students win state-of-the-art DNA machine

Two postgraduate students have won the Department of Botany “a very fancy incuba...

Oak Airey Madriz

05 Jun 2024

Centre a safe haven for students

For psychology student Oak Airey Madriz there are a lot of positives about worki...

Baby with food on face

24 May 2024

Baby food pouches in spotlight

Food pouches are a popular, but contentious, food choice for babies, but new Uni...

A woman on the balcony

23 May 2024

Exercising for anxiety - how much is enough?

It’s well known that physical activity is good for mental health, but does that...

Professor Dato’ Dr Md. Amin Bin Md Taff standing in front of some fern trees

23 May 2024

Distinguished Malaysian alumnus cherishes life skills learned at Otago

Arriving in Aotearoa/New Zealand in 2002, with insufficient funds, sleeping on a...

An artistic reconstruction of an Auckland Island merganser by J. G. Keulemans.

20 May 2024

Origins of extinct duck revealed

A new University of Otago-led study has uncovered the origins of a mysterious li...

Space for Planet Earth Challenge winners

20 May 2024

Otago team wins space technology challenge

An innovative approach has helped an Otago team land first place in the Space fo...

A woman in front of a lawn

17 May 2024

Forging a pathway

Ilisapeti (Betty) Feiloaki Feiloakitohi’s path from South Auckland’s Mangere Eas...

Craig Rodger

15 May 2024

Otago work protects power grid during aurora

Modelling and advice from University of Otago scientists helped to protect New Z...

Otago students who ran the Southern Lakes Half Marathon in Wanaka this month as part of their Running for Alice campaign to raise money for the Breast Cancer Foundation.

14 May 2024

Marathon effort for cause close to heart

Five third-year Otago students went the distance this month in the name of a ver...

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