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Dr Nikki Renall has been awarded nearly $350,000 to partner with Māori communities to explore new ways to inspire Māori about healthier and more sustainable ways of eating.
The average retired household continues to spend in excess of New Zealand Superannuation, highlighting the importance of preparing for retirement.
New research found hypotonic drinks ingested during exercise hydrate better than isotonic, hypertonic, and water-based sports drinks.
Scientists have found microplastics in all New Zealand dolphins they examined, a new study has revealed.
Massey is helping to design and facilitate online training for staff in Liberia so they can better understand emerging infectious diseases.
Te Toi Whakaruruhau o Aotearoa, the new mātauranga Māori Disaster Risk Reduction Centre began development in July 2020 in partnership with the Earthquake Commission (EQC).
Professor Richard Shaw launched his memoir, The Forgotten Coast, a deft and honest examination of colonial privilege, his family’s Catholicism and his relationship with his father.
Adjunct Professor Barbara Burlingame received a Hallbars award for her contribution for a new book that won the 2021 Best in the World Sustainability Report Award.