RESEARCH NEWS

A list of all research articles in chronological order.

Suppressing the spread of breast cancer

Suppressing the spread of breast cancer

A Massey University cancer project has been awarded just under $200,000 to study a protein that may suppress the spread of breast cancer to other parts of the body.

Can protein plus exercise improve type 2 diabetes?

Can protein plus exercise improve type 2 diabetes?

Exercise has been shown to improve the health of people with type 2 diabetes, but the benefits vary greatly between people. Now, researchers from the School of Sport and Exercise believe they may have discovered why.

New Zealand’s Native falcon – islands apart

New Zealand’s Native falcon – islands apart

Massey University research has appeared in a top international bird journal suggesting there are two subspecies of New Zealand's native falcon kārearea.

Sex, sweat and success at the Rio Olympics

Sex, sweat and success at the Rio Olympics

New research from the College of Health has shed light on the impact the female menstrual cycle has on exercise performance in hot environments, for competitive and well-trained female athletes.

Suppressing the spread of breast cancer
Wednesday 17 August 2016
A Massey University cancer project has been awarded just under $200,000 to study a protein that may suppress the spread of breast cancer to other parts of the body.
Can protein plus exercise improve type 2 diabetes?
Monday 15 August 2016
Exercise has been shown to improve the health of people with type 2 diabetes, but the benefits vary greatly between people. Now, researchers from the School of Sport and Exercise believe they may...
New Zealand’s Native falcon – islands apart
Wednesday 10 August 2016
Massey University research has appeared in a top international bird journal suggesting there are two subspecies of New Zealand's native falcon kārearea.
Sex, sweat and success at the Rio Olympics
Wednesday 3 August 2016
New research from the College of Health has shed light on the impact the female menstrual cycle has on exercise performance in hot environments, for competitive and well-trained female athletes.
From fat to fit - at what cost?
Monday 1 August 2016
Kiwis could weigh in as the fattest country in the world in the next five years, with around one third of adults classed as obese.
Fiji’s Russian arms deal a wake-up call for NZ
Friday 29 July 2016
New Zealand and Australian defence forces need to rebuild ties with Fiji in the wake of a Russian arms deal with Fiji that highlights a shift in traditional security dynamics in the region, according...
Researcher seeks earthquake mediation participants
Monday 25 July 2016
Participants are needed for a new study by Massey University aims to understand the role that mediation has played in the settlement of earthquake-related claims in Canterbury.
Weight loss competition for at-risk Māori and Pasifika
Friday 22 July 2016
A new team weight loss competition for Māori and Pacific people is to be trialled by Massey University's School of Public Health.
End of life plans added to healthy ageing study
Tuesday 19 July 2016
It is 10 years since Massey University researchers launched the first comprehensive survey to find out how well New Zealanders are ageing - now they want the next generation of people aged 55 and...
Mapping the risk of another Ebola outbreak
Friday 15 July 2016
A Massey University expert has contributed to American research that suggests undiscovered potential hotspots and bat-hosts of Ebola and other filoviruses.
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