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New research on the euthanasia of stranded marine mammals has highlighted the need for increased reporting and improved data collection on the euthanasia of sick, injured or debilitated stranded marine mammals globally.
A survey by Massey University’s Healthy Work Group of more than 1400 people from 21 New Zealand workplaces has found four key features associated with positive outcomes for both employees and organisations.
Researchers from Massey University and the University of Southampton, United Kingdom, have found people stick to fast intuitive judgements about unfamiliar scientific technologies, and take more time to form these judgements doesn’t change the outcome.
New research has found handwashing and mask-wearing in the United States since the 2020 election have decreased among Republicans as a sign of loyalty to outgoing President Donald Trump while these behaviors have increased among Democrats.
Dr John Battersby, a Teaching Fellow from New Zealand Police at Massey University’s Centre for Defence and Security Studies, is among a small number of Australasian nominees to be recognised as an IFSEC Global Influencer in Security and Fire 2021.
Dr Penelope Carroll, a researcher at Massey University’s SHORE & Whāriki Research Centre, has been awarded a $1.1 million Project Grant from the Health Research Council of New Zealand (HRC) to lead the study.
Te Au Rangahau, Massey Business School’s Māori business research centre, has recently signed a partnership with the University of Melbourne and Carleton University in Canada with the aim to collaborate around research.
The International Food and Agribusiness Management Association (IFAMA) has awarded their first New Zealand Fellow; Professor Nicola Shadbolt.