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Dairying: how to do more with less

Dairying: how to do more with less

A world leading agrifood scientist visited Massey University to discuss what has become the holy grail of New Zealand farming- how to minimise the environmental of dairying while increasing production and profitability.

Massey launches own publishing press

Massey launches own publishing press

Massey University scholars and authors will have the chance to share their specialist knowledge with a much wider readership thanks to the launch of a new publishing press this week.

Anzac theme for students' AFL guernsey design

Anzac theme for students' AFL guernsey design

Massey University's design research studio Open Lab has collaborated with the St Kilda (Australian Rules) Football Club to design a special Anzac Day guernsey for the second consecutive year.

Business design 'super coach' to benefit Massey

Business design 'super coach' to benefit Massey

Massey's MBA programme and Open Lab design studio are collaborating with Justin Ferrell from the d.school at Stanford University to potentially re-shape the Sunday offerings of one of New Zealand's largest media organisations.

Dairying: how to do more with less

Dairying: how to do more with less

A world leading agrifood scientist visited Massey University to discuss what has become the holy grail of New Zealand farming- how to minimise the environmental of dairying while increasing production and profitability.

Straightening out Auckland’s bus services

Straightening out Auckland’s bus services

Auckland's bus services could be improved if they operated on straight routes rather than driving through long, winding roads with ill-timed transfers to other services, says a Massey University urban planner.

Oil off a duck's back

Oil off a duck's back

When an oil spill occurs, response teams need to act quickly to save the affected wildlife - but lack of available freshwater can make this task difficult.

Keep calm and carry on – men talk cancer

Keep calm and carry on – men talk cancer

Downplay it. Joke about it. Block it out and keep going. These are common reactions of Kiwi men diagnosed with cancer, says a Massey University psychology researcher

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University News

Circus theme for Shakespeare’s King Lear

Circus theme for Shakespeare’s King Lear

The tragedy of King Lear gets a makeover as a freak show/circus in this year's Summer Shakespeare, directed by Chilean-born dramatist and Massey University Visiting Artist-in-Residence Jaime Dörner

Massey launches own publishing press

Massey launches own publishing press

Massey University scholars and authors will have the chance to share their specialist knowledge with a much wider readership thanks to the launch of a new publishing press this week.

Anzac theme for students' AFL guernsey design

Anzac theme for students' AFL guernsey design

Massey University's design research studio Open Lab has collaborated with the St Kilda (Australian Rules) Football Club to design a special Anzac Day guernsey for the second consecutive year.

Clubs Day attracts large turn-out

Clubs Day attracts large turn-out

Students sculling milk? Might sound like a "yeah right" Tui billboard ad, but honestly - it was milk. Free milk. Gulping a lactic litre or two in the fastest time was one of the fun challenges at Massey University's Clubs Day.

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Awards and Appointments

Celebrating Massey University alumni

Celebrating Massey University alumni

A nurse, a dairy industry stalwart, a food technologist and a social worker will be named as Massey University's 2015 Distinguished Alumni at an awards dinner in Auckland next month.

Artist sets sights on New Zealand glacier

Artist sets sights on New Zealand glacier

The visit of an international artist will draw attention to the name of a little-known South Island glacier. Visual artist Sasha Huber has been awarded the prestigious Wellington international art residency. She will spend the next six months in New Zealand

From laboratory to lecture hall success

From laboratory to lecture hall success

A former food technologist who escaped the lab to "work with people" is the 2015 winner of the Richard Buchanan Teaching Excellence Award.

Thomas first to win College of Health teaching award

Thomas first to win College of Health teaching award

The inaugural College of Health Teaching Excellence Award has been awarded to senior tutor in Life Sciences Dr Judy Thomas.

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Opinion and Features

School supplies needed for Vanuatu neighbours

School supplies needed for Vanuatu neighbours

A Massey University senior lecturer is trying to spread her educational reach by sending resources to 120,000 children at 103 schools in "desperate need" in remote areas of Vanuatu.

Opinion: Making better business decisions

Opinion: Making better business decisions

Most organisations have no idea how to use the information they have collected to make better business decisions, says Professor Leo Paas.

Opinion: Politicians' pay rises an annual embarrassment

Opinion: Politicians' pay rises an annual embarrassment

How much should Members of Parliament be paid - and who decides anyway?

Japanese classic film Hachiko to screen in March

Japanese classic film Hachiko to screen in March

The classic 1987 Japanese film Hachiko monogatari, shown on 16 mm film stock, will screen film at Massey University's Auckland campus on March 2.

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Oil off a duck's back

When an oil spill occurs, response teams need to act quickly to save the affected wildlife – but lack of available freshwater can make this task difficult.

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