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Student science projects get the green light

Student science projects get the green light

More than $100,00 of funding has been awarded to three Massey University projects from the Government's Unlocking Curious Minds Contestable Fund

Red light researcher helping to set women free

Red light researcher helping to set women free

Empowering sex workers to quit India's largest red-light district has consumed Kiwi humanitarian worker and Development Studies researcher Pip Rea for the past seven years.

Ebola linked to habitat destruction

Ebola linked to habitat destruction

A Massey University veterinary scientist has co-authored research suggesting that Ebola virus emergence is linked to the clearing of animal habitat through deforestation in West and Central Africa.

Put insomnia in its place

Put insomnia in its place

Insomnia is a major health care problem globally, with about one-third of Kiwis reporting they regularly have difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep.

Red light researcher helping to set women free
Monday 20 February 2017
Empowering sex workers to quit India's largest red-light district has consumed Kiwi humanitarian worker and Development Studies researcher Pip Rea for the past seven years.
Student science projects get the green light
Monday 20 February 2017
More than $100,00 of funding has been awarded to three Massey University projects from the Government's Unlocking Curious Minds Contestable Fund
Ebola linked to habitat destruction
Saturday 18 February 2017
A Massey University veterinary scientist has co-authored research suggesting that Ebola virus emergence is linked to the clearing of animal habitat through deforestation in West and Central Africa.
Put insomnia in its place
Monday 13 February 2017
Insomnia is a major health care problem globally, with about one-third of Kiwis reporting they regularly have difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep.
Drinking in moderation – is it good for you?
Tuesday 31 January 2017
Moderate drinking is commonly assumed to be good for your health, but new research from Massey University's College of Health shows this might not be the case.
House prices continue to drive home unaffordability
Friday 27 January 2017
The latest Massey University Home Affordability Report shows further declines in affordability across New Zealand in the final quarter of 2016.
NZ’s co-operative economy mapped for the first time
Tuesday 24 January 2017
New Zealand's co-operative economy has been comprehensively mapped for the first time, revealing the significance of the sector in terms of revenue, jobs, and membership, as well as obvious...
Earthquake experiences of visually impaired documented
Monday 23 January 2017
Recent earthquakes in the lower North and upper South Islands have been a stark reminder of the challenges residents confronted during the Canterbury earthquakes of 2010/2011.
Chinese migrants and elderly parents - Marsden study
Tuesday 17 January 2017
Government policy changes in New Zealand and China are creating pressures for only child migrants from China who face difficult decisions juggling new lives with cultural expectations to care for...
How is food used to foster social relationships at school?
Tuesday 17 January 2017
A more holistic approach to health promotion in schools could lead to empowered youth according to a study by a Massey University academic.
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