Innovation news

Opinion: Is New Zealand ready for consumer-driven quit smoking programmes?
Trying to get people to stop smoking has been a public health priority in New Zealand for 30 years.
Largest food science institute tackles global issues
A new institute has been launched at Massey University which will deliver not only high quality teaching programmes and multidisciplinary research...
Education software business appoints first chief executive
The appointment of Massey University-based education software business MUSAC's first chief executive signals a new era of growth and development for...
Unis have role to play in regional growth – Cunliffe
Tertiary institutions have a key role to play in developing regional innovation hubs to drive economic growth, said Labour MP David Cunliffe during a...
$16 million funding for food processing research
Cutting-edge research in food engineering will be funded in a new programme that brings together engineers and scientists from universities and crown...
Nanny Bear: the cute, smart baby monitor
Baby monitors have gone high-tech thanks to a prototype developed by Massey University's School of Engineering and Advanced Technology.
Technology key to future of agriculture
Attendees at this year's National Fieldays see technology as the driver of future agriculture in New Zealand.
Opinion: Food industry success vital to New Zealand's future
Food is an integral part of life, and New Zealand has carefully cultivated a global reputation for food quality and safety. The rise in popularity of...
Massey professor's ASPEN Fellowship a first for New Zealand
A long and illustrious career investigating the complex issue of feeding people using tubes has seen Massey University's Professor Gil Hardy elected...
Massey students tackle world agribusiness issues
A team of postgraduate agriculture students is heading to the United States to participate in a competition to solve critical issues facing the food...

Innovation events

CoCA tourCoCA tour
Fri 15 May 2015 - Wellington
From May to November the College of Creative Arts runs monthly tour experiences.
Te Tini a Pitau: 12 years of kowhaiwhaiTe Tini a Pitau: 12 years of kowhaiwhai
Sun 14 Jun 2015
Te Tini A Pitau: 12 years of kowhaiwhai surveys highlights from the past 12 years of Ngataiharuru Taepa’s practice.
Travelling Film South Asia Travelling Film South Asia
from Sat 11 Jul 2015 - multiple locations
Development Studies seminar: Joy DavidsonDevelopment Studies seminar: Joy Davidson
from Today 2:00 PM - multiple locations
Everything you always wanted to know about development management (but were afraid to ask)
Triggering Memory SymposiumTriggering Memory Symposium
Tue 1 Sep 2015 - Wellington
A Massey University-Syracuse University-Memory Waka partnership presents the Triggering Memory Symposium to be held from 1-2 September 2015.

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