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The Massey University Living Labs are a collaborative, research and innovation space where academics and research students work with external partners to co-create new knowledge and practices to address real world challenges.
Living Labs provide research students with the opportunity to be involved in projects alongside academic staff and external partners. It is a powerful example of applied learning.
Some of the Living Labs projects are included below.
A Massey University, Taranaki Regional Council, Intercreate and NIWA collaboration focussed on the Waiwhakaiho River, Taranaki. Researchers and creative professionals worked with stakeholders to collect and interpret social, cultural and environmental content in innovative ways.
Palmerston North City Living Lab is a partnership between Palmerston North City Council and Massey University, and committed to addressing issues in Palmerston North.
A Massey University, Wellington City Council, Palmerston North City Council and Hawkes Bay Regional Council collaboration. The project explored sustainable agricultural land use at the urban, rural and peri-urban scales.
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Last updated on Tuesday 16 August 2016