Massey space mission a success

Massey space mission a success

The Massey University physics club has successfully launched local MoreFM radio hosts into the stratosphere, well bobblehead replicas anyway.

Condolences to student's family and to bereaved staff member

Condolences to student's family and to bereaved staff member

Massey University has expressed its sincere condolences to the family of engineering student Rob Ayley, who was among the victims of the Malaysia Airlines flight shot down over Ukraine on Friday.

Strong Massey contingent at Commonwealth Games

Strong Massey contingent at Commonwealth Games

Massey University will have an impressive presence at this month's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow with 70 of the 238-strong New Zealand team current or past students.

Cancer research for Massey Zonta recipient

Cancer research for Massey Zonta recipient

A dream of meeting fellow international scientists at the cutting edge of research into chromosome structure in cell division - a link to understanding cancer - became a reality for a Massey biomedical researcher recently thanks to a $5000 scholarship.

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Massey space mission a success
The Massey University physics club has successfully launched local MoreFM radio hosts into the stratosphere, well bobblehead replicas anyway.
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