Innovation news

Go Innovate winner makes scientific breakthrough
A PhD candidate's revolutionary tool to simplify scientific experiments has taken out this year's Go Innovate competition at Massey University's...
Investment by Callaghan Innovation allows ecentre to expand
The ecentre will receive another three years of government funding to continue and expand its support to entrepreneurs and start up companies.
Cooking up a healthy solution for Nepal
Using their engineering skills to create a range of sustainable solutions for villagers in Nepal was the focus of this year's Engineers Without...
Long Bay student has business in her DNA
For most of her life, Izzy Stangl took little notice of her parents' careers - both lecturers in business at Massey University. But 17-year-old has...
Teen entrepreneurs prepare for global challenge
Eighty aspiring entrepreneurs will converge on Massey University's Albany campus on Saturday 14 June to take part in the annual Global Enterprise...
Massey lecturer flies high at graduation
Modern commercial flight simulators can cost millions of dollars - but Dr Savern Reweti from Massey's School of Aviation has been designing low-cost...
Telecomix hacktivist to talk about control of cyberspace
The battle for control and circulation of information on the internet is the topic of a Skype lecture by Telecomix hacktivist Stephan Urbach at the...
Massey reaches out to iPad users
A computer-generated animation of the extinct Tasmanian tiger as imagined by a Massey student and the chance to browse period photographs of WWI are...
Professor outlines New Zealand healthcare challenges and solutions
The 21st century health challenges New Zealanders face along with frontier solutions, will be addressed at a Professorial Lecture to be held at...
Japanese language teachers focus on can-do kanji
Kiwi kids may be fans of Japanese anime and manga graphics - along with numerous apps, games, electronic gadgets and fashion - but they are less keen...

Innovation events

What will you do for the arts? An election debate on arts, culture and heritage with spokespeople from political parties. What will you do for the arts? An election debate on arts, culture and heritage with spokespeople from political parties.
Thu 7 Aug 2014 - Wellington
Chaired by Wallace Chapman, this lively debate will enable arts, culture and heritage spokespeople from five political parties to share their policies
LUXLUX
Fri 22 Aug 2014
Lux is a free public light festival that turns Wellington’s waterfront and laneways into a captivating celebration of light, technology and design.

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