Innovation news

Revolutionary nitrate sensor being tested in Manawatū
A nitrate sensor has been installed in the Manawatū River to give Massey University and Horizons Regional Council scientists a more detailed...
Naturally nice ice cream proves a winner
A local intermediate student had the opportunity to use commercial equipment to produce her innovative ice cream creation at the Massey University...
Sensor detects toxins leaching from plastic
Engineers from Massey University have developed a highly sensitive device able to detect synthetic compounds that leach from plastic food packaging...
Auckland North joins to build innovation district
Over 200 of Auckland's business, academic and local government leaders gathered at Massey University to discuss how Auckland North can join the ranks...
Research provides innovation roadmap for Auckland
New Zealanders need to change a prevailing 'do-it-yourself' mindset if we want to develop successful innovation districts in this country, says Dr...
Increasing food value with novel technologies
In a first for the southern hemisphere, more than 100 food scientists from around the world will converge on Massey University's Auckland campus to...
$5.23m in Marsden funding for Massey researchers
Nine Massey University-led research projects, ranging from New Zealand's "civil war" to understanding why birds are brightly coloured, have been...
Opinion: Brave New World or Back to the Future?
Last month right around the world a certain kind of person celebrated Back to the Future Day on October 21, paying homage to the second of the three...
The gene, the whaler, and 20 years of research
A genetic research screening programme led by Associate Professor Kathryn Stowell is saving the lives of New Zealanders suffering from a rare genetic...
A sign of the digital times
A team of Massey University engineers and computer scientists are revolutionising digital sign technology with the aim of making "finding your way"...

Innovation events

Public lecture - Dr. Alexandra Palmer Frock coats, redingotes and Dior: Fashion in the Royal Ontario Museum 1909 - 2016Public lecture - Dr. Alexandra Palmer Frock coats, redingotes and Dior: Fashion in the Royal Ontario Museum 1909 - 2016
Today 5:30 PM - Wellington
Free public lecture: The Royal Ontario Museum's collection of western fashionable dress over the last 100 years
Public lecture - Does Anyone Know How to Photoshop him Strangling a Kitten?Public lecture - Does Anyone Know How to Photoshop him Strangling a Kitten?
Wed 17 Feb 2016 - Wellington
You are invited to a public lecture where Professor Claire Robinson, one of New Zealand’s leading political commentators, will talk about her research

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