RESEARCH NEWS

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Inflexible parenting risky for penguin mums and dads

Inflexible parenting risky for penguin mums and dads

Rigid adherence to parenting styles in Eastern Rockhopper Penguins may leave them vulnerable to food shortages brought about by climate change.

Revolutionary nitrate sensor being tested in Manawatū

Revolutionary nitrate sensor being tested in Manawatū

A nitrate sensor has been installed in the Manawatū River to give Massey University and Horizons Regional Council scientists a more detailed picture of our river system dynamics.

Plastic waste targeted by environmental forum

Plastic waste targeted by environmental forum

Environmentally minded researchers at Massey University are teaming up with leading waste management entrepreneurs to help reduce the amount of plastic rubbish.

Lead poisoning in children associated with lead-based paint

Lead poisoning in children associated with lead-based paint

Lead poisoning notifications for children in 2014 continue to highlight the risk from exposure to lead-based paint for Kiwi kids.

Inflexible parenting risky for penguin mums and dads
Friday 12 February 2016
Rigid adherence to parenting styles in Eastern Rockhopper Penguins may leave them vulnerable to food shortages brought about by climate change.
Revolutionary nitrate sensor being tested in Manawatū
Thursday 4 February 2016
A nitrate sensor has been installed in the Manawatū River to give Massey University and Horizons Regional Council scientists a more detailed picture of our river system dynamics.
Plastic waste targeted by environmental forum
Wednesday 3 February 2016
Environmentally minded researchers at Massey University are teaming up with leading waste management entrepreneurs to help reduce the amount of plastic rubbish.
Lead poisoning in children associated with lead-based paint
Wednesday 3 February 2016
Lead poisoning notifications for children in 2014 continue to highlight the risk from exposure to lead-based paint for Kiwi kids.
Low intensity help for depression under spotlight
Monday 1 February 2016
Clinical psychologists at Massey University are investigating whether a form of low intensity psychological intervention, which has been successful in England, could be adapted to New Zealand to help...
Big, dry bats more likely to survive fatal fungus
Monday 1 February 2016
Bats' body type and the environmental conditions they hibernate in may explain species differences in bat mortality from deadly fungus, according to a study published today in Science Advances.
Scientists ‘tickled pink’ over carotenoid discovery
Friday 29 January 2016
Scientists from Massey University and the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History confirm that carotenoids are also responsible for the colouration of the believed-extinct...
Crystal frameworks hold potential to deter pollution
Tuesday 26 January 2016
Chemists at Massey University have created a hybrid crystal framework, which has the potential for applications in vehicle fuel storage, carbon dioxide removal from smokestacks and drug delivery.
Are Kiwi men getting enough iodine?
Tuesday 26 January 2016
Researchers from Massey University's School of Food and Nutrition are kicking off a new study investigating the iodine levels of very active men compared to non-active men.
Novel causes of bat death increase in 21st century
Wednesday 20 January 2016
A comprehensive review has revealed trends in the occurrence and causes of multiple mortality events in bats as reported globally for the past 200 years - shedding new light on the possible factors...
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