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Tech giants gifting answers to the world

Tech giants gifting answers to the world

A Massey University researcher has been given a $US44,000 gift by tech-giant Oracle to find better ways to detect bugs and security vulnerabilities in one of the world's most widely used programming languages - but instead of keeping the solution for itself, Oracle wants to give it away.

Massey alumna named Young Fruit Grower of the Year

Massey alumna named Young Fruit Grower of the Year

Massey alumna Erin Atkinson has been named Horticulture New Zealand's Young Fruit Grower of the Year.

Will immigration anxiety shape this election?

Will immigration anxiety shape this election?

As the election campaign kicked off, it appeared that immigration would be one of the defining talking points. But has it been that important?

Breast cancer PhD research wins Massey 3MT

Breast cancer PhD research wins Massey 3MT

Research on the "cross-talk" between breast cancer cells and immune cells that could lead to new understandings of and targeted treatment for the disease has won PhD candidate Sherina Holland the top prize in the Massey finals of the 2017 Three Minute Thesis (3MT).

New Zealand research project gains international attention

New Zealand research project gains international attention

Massey University's SHORE and Whāriki Research Centre has played host to a visiting Chinese traffic engineer keen to discover how a ground-breaking New Zealand research study could be applied in her home town.

Breast cancer PhD research wins Massey 3MT

Breast cancer PhD research wins Massey 3MT

Research on the "cross-talk" between breast cancer cells and immune cells that could lead to new understandings of and targeted treatment for the disease has won PhD candidate Sherina Holland the top prize in the Massey finals of the 2017 Three Minute Thesis (3MT).

Do you have high blood sugar?

Do you have high blood sugar?

Currently around 240,000 New Zealanders live with diabetes, mostly type 2, with a further estimated 100,000 people undiagnosed.

School driving lessons offer multiple benefits

School driving lessons offer multiple benefits

Compulsory driver's licence education at secondary schools is being endorsed by new research from Massey University on the grounds it will make a big difference in helping young people get jobs.

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University News

Massey recieves ‘tick’ for diversity and inclusion

Massey recieves ‘tick’ for diversity and inclusion

Massey University has recieved Rainbow Tick certification, having demonstrated it understands, values, and welcomes sexual and gender diversity.

Asian lens on society and psychology

Asian lens on society and psychology

The need for deeper, Asian-informed cross-cultural understandings - relevant in an age of globalisation and high immigration - underpins an international conference at Massey University this weekend.

Massey researcher forges collaborations in Germany

Massey researcher forges collaborations in Germany

Professor Bernhard Breier is back on New Zealand soil following a whirlwind trip to Germany that saw him deliver the prestigious Hohenheimer SchlossGeister lecture at the University of Hohenheim.

China’s number one university visits Massey

China’s number one university visits Massey

A delegation from China's top-ranking university visited Massey University's Auckland campus this week.

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Awards and Appointments

Communicating through the catwalk

Communicating through the catwalk

Tackling aggressive masculinity is a tough topic to communicate in any language, but Massey design student Jacob Coutie, Ngāti Raukawa/Tainui, is getting his message out through his clothes.

Kiwi road workers’ banter makes London stage

Kiwi road workers’ banter makes London stage

Her sleep-ins were ruined. But Elspeth Tilley ended up writing an award-winning play based on conversations between road workers she overhead while trying to rest during a break.

Tech giants gifting answers to the world

Tech giants gifting answers to the world

A Massey University researcher has been given a $US44,000 gift by tech-giant Oracle to find better ways to detect bugs and security vulnerabilities in one of the world's most widely used programming languages - but instead of keeping the solution for itself, Oracle wants to give it away.

Massey alumna named Young Fruit Grower of the Year

Massey alumna named Young Fruit Grower of the Year

Massey alumna Erin Atkinson has been named Horticulture New Zealand's Young Fruit Grower of the Year.

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Opinion and Features

The Māori election

The Māori election

In 2005, Dame Tariana Turia and Sir Pita Sharples galvanised the Māori vote behind the independent voice of the Māori Party.

Prosperity without equality is nothing to be proud of

Prosperity without equality is nothing to be proud of

New Zealand tops the Legatum Prosperity Index, but we also have one of the fastest growing rates of inequality in the OECD, says Professor Christoph Schumacher.

Qatar cauterised? - Gulf diplomatic crisis in focus

Qatar cauterised? - Gulf diplomatic crisis in focus

Global attention has been fixated lately on the sabre-rattling tensions between newly-nuclearised North Korea and the super-powered United States. Meanwhile, over the past two months, the Middle East region has been preoccupied with its worst diplomatic crisis in decades.

Government cautioned about Māori settlement complacency

Government cautioned about Māori settlement complacency

This year's Vaughan Park/Massey University Sir Paul Reeves Memorial lecture was a poignant reminder of Sir Paul's concern for reconciliation between Māori and the Crown and a look to where that relationship might go in the future.

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Manawatū Campus Flyover

Watch stunning aerial footage of Massey University's Manawatū campus.

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Election 2017

Will immigration anxiety shape this election?
As the election campaign kicked off, it appeared that immigration would be one of the defining talking points. But has it been that important?
Engaging young voters online
An interactive online tool that boosted youth voting turnout at the 2014 election is back.
Opinion: We live in puzzling times
The economy is growing, inflation is low, firms are hiring. So, why are the country's leaders trusted by so few? Give us your thoughts in our second...
Massey's election commentators
Massey researchers and lecturers are leading conversations around many key election issues. Their topic areas and contacts are listed here.

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