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College of Sciences

Massey University's College of Sciences' world-leading scientists are internationally-acclaimed and ranked. Our programmes of study and research attract world-leading academics and we have active research collaborations with the world's most prestigious scientific institutions.

Study

Massey University offers a broad range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. 

Research

A research-led university, we promote excellence in sciences and engineering. Find out about our areas of expertise and how we make a difference.

Clinics and Services

We have leading veterinary clinics and offer a full range of scientific consultancy and services available to the public and industry.

College of Sciences News

International funding helps fight cancer evolution
A Massey University research project aiming to prevent resistance to cancer treatment has attracted funding worth more than £210,150 ($NZ433,000).
Charge attack dog owners with assault – vet
An animal behaviour specialist is proposing that dog owners should be charged with assault if their dog attacks another person.
Waka Wars break out at Massey Science Challenge
Science got competitive over the weekend as nearly a hundred secondary school students converged on Massey University to take part in the first...
Report finds Bay of Islands bottlenose dolphin at risk

A Massey University report finds that vessel traffic in the Bay of Islands is affecting important behaviours in a population of bottlenose dolphins.

Governor-General gets FoodHQ briefing at Manawatū
Governor-General Sir Jerry Mateparae and Lady Janine Mateparae were hosted at the Manawatū campus yesterday as part of Sir Jerry's programme for...
Opinion: Why we need to talk about genetically modified organisms
Recent op-eds in the media on the "economic madness" of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) claims any use focuses on short-term gains, and...

To contact the College of Sciences office
Email N.Meyer@massey.ac.nz
Tel DDI (06) 350 5247

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