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Straightening out Auckland’s bus services

Straightening out Auckland’s bus services

Auckland's bus services could be improved if they operated on straight routes rather than driving through long, winding roads with ill-timed transfers to other services, says a Massey University urban planner.

Oil off a duck's back

Oil off a duck's back

When an oil spill occurs, response teams need to act quickly to save the affected wildlife - but lack of available freshwater can make this task difficult.

Keep calm and carry on – men talk cancer

Keep calm and carry on – men talk cancer

Downplay it. Joke about it. Block it out and keep going. These are common reactions of Kiwi men diagnosed with cancer, says a Massey University psychology researcher

NZ students join prestigious international genome project

NZ students join prestigious international genome project

Undergraduate students at Massey University are being given the opportunity to contribute to an international genome sequencing project - one that could eventually remedy the problem of antibiotic resistance.

Straightening out Auckland’s bus services
Tuesday 24 February 2015
Auckland's bus services could be improved if they operated on straight routes rather than driving through long, winding roads with ill-timed transfers to other services, says a Massey University...
Oil off a duck's back
Wednesday 18 February 2015
When an oil spill occurs, response teams need to act quickly to save the affected wildlife - but lack of available freshwater can make this task difficult.
Keep calm and carry on – men talk cancer
Wednesday 18 February 2015
Downplay it. Joke about it. Block it out and keep going. These are common reactions of Kiwi men diagnosed with cancer, says a Massey University psychology researcher
NZ students join prestigious international genome project
Monday 16 February 2015
Undergraduate students at Massey University are being given the opportunity to contribute to an international genome sequencing project - one that could eventually remedy the problem of antibiotic...
Bi-annual bat birthing helps Ebola persist
Wednesday 11 February 2015
A bat-filled tree has been touted as the source of the on-going Ebola epidemic in Western Africa - now research from Massey University suggests that the twice yearly birthing of bats may also be...
Oiled wildlife response to go international
Thursday 5 February 2015
Wildlife worldwide will benefit from New Zealand expertise in treating birds and other marine creatures caught in oil spills under training programme developed and exported by Massey University.
Home affordability heads for uncharted territory
Thursday 29 January 2015
Houses across New Zealand decreased in affordability by 14.1 per cent over the 12 months, according to the latest Massey University Home Affordability Report.
Young people overly optimistic about finances
Saturday 24 January 2015
A new survey of young New Zealanders shows that many believe their financial situation will improve this year and their money management skills require no improvement.
West Coast valley rises as glaciers retreat
Thursday 22 January 2015
Massey University scientists say the dramatic changes to the Fox Glacier are also having dramatic effects on the landscape, with the valley rising by more than a metre in the last two years.
New research finds Takahe have African cousins
Tuesday 20 January 2015
New research from Massey University suggests that our Takahē have African cousins and that our Pūkeko are getting friendly with their Australian counterparts.
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