Innovation news

Innovative helmet design on the right track
Massey industrial design student Dan Wilkinson hopes his innovative trail helmet could help mountain bikers identify and manage concussions.
Designer's therapeutic equestrian saddle excites
Industrial design graduate Holly Wright's specialised saddle for disabled riders is creating excitement beyond equestrian circles.
Go Innovate! win allows baby business to grow
Social anthropology student Jessica Halley and friend Beverley Walter pitched their startup Gurgl to the judges and walked away with over $22,500...
Lamb docking design a Dyson winner
Massey University industrial design graduate Nicole Austin's re-modelled lamb docking or tailing iron has won the top prize in the New Zealand...
College of Creative Arts finalist in Gold Awards
The College of Creative Arts at Massey University is a finalist in the Gold Awards that celebrate the best of Wellington business.
Ecentre wins Callaghan Innovation contract
The ecentre at Massey University has reaffirmed its place as a leading incubator hub for technology start-ups by winning a Callaghan Innovation...
New ecentre chief has plans to scale up services
The ecentre's new chief executive Jackie Young wants the business incubator to take some of its own advice.
Inventor wins Massey sponsored Welly Youth Award
Young inventor and entrepreneur Benjamin Bell has won the Massey University Youth Award in the Wellingtonian of the Year Awards.
Dutch food forum draws high-profile guests
The Future of Food Forum, hosted by the Embassy of the Netherlands in cooperation with Massey University and FoodHQ, attracted more than 100...
Game changing chainsaw for urban search and rescue
Crawling into a hole in the rubble and waiting for search dogs to find him gave Massey industrial design student Oskar Edgar an idea of how...

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Geography SeminarGeography Seminar
Today 12:00 PM - Manawatu
Truffle hunters or parachutists’: Ken Cumberland & historical geography
StudyUp Knowledge to Go: How to referenceStudyUp Knowledge to Go: How to reference
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StudyUp is a series of online workshops designed to help enhance your writing and study skills.
NCTL Friday Sessions - A distance student perspective on teachingNCTL Friday Sessions - A distance student perspective on teaching
from Fri 29 Mar 2019 - multiple locations
This week: "A Distance Student Perspective on teaching." Friday sessions offer bite-sized webinars on a range of teaching topics. Join us 9.30 Fridays
StudyUp Postgraduate WorkshopsStudyUp Postgraduate Workshops
Tue 2 Apr 2019
Writing a Research Proposal.
Development Studies SeminarDevelopment Studies Seminar
Thu 4 Apr 2019 - Manawatu
A personal account of reconciliation from Kwaio, Solomon Islands - A/Prof David MacLaren (James Cook University)

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