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Massey to host $5m food safety research centre

Massey to host $5m food safety research centre

Massey University has been selected to host the Government's new Food Safety Science and Research Centre, which will deliver food safety research for the country.

Are humans more suited to stone age lifestyle?

Are humans more suited to stone age lifestyle?

Evolutionary biologist Professor Marlene Zuk from the University of Minnesota will be touring New Zealand from October 31.

Master's art and design on show

Master's art and design on show

The College of Creative Arts' M Exhibition of postgraduate work takes on a new form this month, spreading throughout Wellington city.

Outage fallout – building transport resilience

Outage fallout – building transport resilience

The ramifications of disasters and infrastructure crises are multiple, as Auckland businesses and households affected by the recent outage are acutely aware

Massey to host $5m food safety research centre
Wednesday 29 October 2014
Massey University has been selected to host the Government's new Food Safety Science and Research Centre, which will deliver food safety research for the country.
Are humans more suited to stone age lifestyle?
Friday 24 October 2014
Evolutionary biologist Professor Marlene Zuk from the University of Minnesota will be touring New Zealand from October 31.
Master's art and design on show
Wednesday 22 October 2014
The College of Creative Arts' M Exhibition of postgraduate work takes on a new form this month, spreading throughout Wellington city.
Outage fallout – building transport resilience
Tuesday 21 October 2014
The ramifications of disasters and infrastructure crises are multiple, as Auckland businesses and households affected by the recent outage are acutely aware
Ethics education for NZ schools explored
Friday 10 October 2014
Should young people study ethics and values in school to help them navigate the complexities of an increasingly diverse society — culturally and religiously — as well as cope with vexing global...
Disaster specialists to head communication workshop
Wednesday 8 October 2014
A group of New Zealand's top natural hazards scientists, researchers and engineers will converge on Wellington on Friday for a workshop focused on disaster communication.
Therapists’ emotional skills under research spotlight
Monday 6 October 2014
How are you feeling? is a query normally reserved for the client in a therapy session. But Massey University psychology researchers are asking therapists that question to find out how socially and...
PhD aims to improve science teaching in India
Thursday 2 October 2014
Massey University PhD candidate Anil Kaushik began his doctoral journey in his homeland India, where he'd observed a lack of conceptual understanding and motivation to study science among high school...
Study aims to find human impact of living wage
Wednesday 1 October 2014
Massey University's living wage research project has launched the 'Waging Well' survey, which focuses on what a living wage means for workers.
Little blue penguin back at sea after hospital stint
Tuesday 30 September 2014
Wildbase Recovery Community Trust ambassador and Rangitikei MP Ian McKelvie joined Massey University veterinary staff to release a little blue penguin back into the sea at Himatangi Beach this...
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Little blue penguin back at sea after hospital stint

Wildbase Recovery Community Trust ambassador and Rangitikei MP Ian McKelvie joined Massey University veterinary staff to release a little blue penguin back into the sea at Himatangi Beach.

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