Birdsong and sheep embryos among top PhDs

Birdsong and sheep embryos among top PhDs

Birdsong recognition and sheep embryo growth are the topics of the latest Massey University PhD theses to be awarded prestigious Dean's List recognition.

Destination China with PM’s Asia scholarships

Destination China with PM’s Asia scholarships

The chance to study Mandarin and business studies at a top Chinese institution is available to 15 Massey University students, thanks to a Prime Minister's Scholarship for Asia.

Fascination Science: Teaching a laser how to think

Fascination Science: Teaching a laser how to think

Can we teach lasers how to perform brain-inspired information processing? This is the question that is at the centre of the sixth instalment of a free lecture series held at the Massey University's Albany campus.

Opinion: The terrorism challenge in the 21st century

Opinion: The terrorism challenge in the 21st century

The United Kingdom has endured its third terrorist attack in three months, and others have occurred in France and Australia in recent days exposing the vulnerabilities of modern liberal societies. Modern terrorists, focused on the next world rather than this one, use the agency of killing and maiming to send a message few of us can actually fathom.

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Birdsong and sheep embryos among top PhDs
Tuesday 20 June 2017
Birdsong recognition and sheep embryo growth are the topics of the latest Massey University PhD theses to be awarded prestigious Dean's List...
Destination China with PM’s Asia scholarships
Wednesday 14 June 2017
The chance to study Mandarin and business studies at a top Chinese institution is available to 15 Massey University students, thanks to a Prime...
Fascination Science: Teaching a laser how to think
Friday 9 June 2017
Can we teach lasers how to perform brain-inspired information processing? This is the question that is at the centre of the sixth instalment of a...
Opinion: The terrorism challenge in the 21st century
Thursday 8 June 2017
The United Kingdom has endured its third terrorist attack in three months, and others have occurred in France and Australia in recent days exposing...
Chinese lead on climate change as US support melts
Tuesday 6 June 2017
China is trying to develop a more positive image as a leader in environmental issues, including in Antarctica and the Polar regions, says Dr Marc...
Real life stories in theatre for social change
Thursday 1 June 2017
A Canadian pioneer of interactive theatre, where actors and audience members work together to explore and find solutions to difficult issues such as...
Geographer’s ‘foot’ notes on WWI Battle of Messines
Wednesday 31 May 2017
The discovery of an Anzac soldier's boots and foot bones six years ago at the WWI Battle of Messines site in Belgium inspired a Massey University...
International students share life-changing memories
Monday 22 May 2017
International students from Asia, Africa, South America and the Pacific who graduated from Massey University in May shared memories of fun and...
Massey-China language centre to drive Mandarin momentum
Thursday 18 May 2017
The development of innovative online Chinese language programmes for learners across the Pacific region is at the heart of a new partnership between...
Massey represented at United Nations forum
Wednesday 17 May 2017
Professor Rawiri Taonui, from Massey University's College of Humanities and Social Sciences, has pushed for more indigenous representation at all...

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