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A list of all research articles in chronological order.

Massey’s movie man launches NZ classic film series

Massey’s movie man launches NZ classic film series

New Zealand cinema is established enough to merit a series of books each dedicated to a movie deemed a local classic, and Massey University cinema expert Dr Brian McDonnell has written the first, In My Father's Den, adapted from the novel of the same name by Maurice Gee.

Disastrous Doctorates takes its expertise to Christchurch

Disastrous Doctorates takes its expertise to Christchurch

Earthquakes centred in the South Island were the focus of the annual Disastrous Doctorates 2017 programme for post doctoral emergency management students.

Myriad Faces conference about 1917's significance looms

Myriad Faces conference about 1917's significance looms

With less than two weeks till the opening of the Myriad Faces of War symposium, its relevance to the wider community continues to grow.

Indigenous women need more help to stop smoking

Indigenous women need more help to stop smoking

Indigenous women across four high income countries are not getting the help they need to stop smoking when pregnant, according to an international study published today.

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.
Golden mystery solved
Monday 16 January 2017
Gold is prized for its preciousness and as a conductor in electronics, but it is also important in scientific experimentation.
Stripping away an infections armour
Thursday 12 January 2017
A Massey Professor of microbiology has identified a protein that could help fight serious infections in elderly, cancer, HIV and cystic fibrosis patients.
Information literacy a human right: researcher
Wednesday 4 January 2017
So much information! But how do students discern what they need to know, and what a reliable source is? Two Massey education researchers have been awarded nearly half a million dollars to lead a...
Helping NASA identify where giant planets grow
Tuesday 27 December 2016
A Massey researcher has been rubbing shoulders with NASA, by helping record the small events that give us the biggest clues about the largest planets.
Psychology podcast asks who cares? What's the point?
Friday 16 December 2016
Associate Professor Sarb Johal from Massey University's Joint Centre for Disaster Research, sees a gap in the commentary on psychology and has launched a podcast to fill it.
Mandarin, mountain and muscle research funded
Thursday 15 December 2016
The development of new online Chinese language learning tools is one of three Massey University research projects awarded Catalyst: Seeding funding from the Royal Society of New Zealand. Modelling...
Survey finds women ‘behind schedule' in careers
Monday 12 December 2016
A national survey of New Zealand women's career aspirations and experiences has revealed that many women feel they are lagging behind in terms of career growth.
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