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Taking a deeper look at the cannabis question

Taking a deeper look at the cannabis question

We speak to two experts in the latest edition of Conversations That Count -Ngā Kōrero Whai Take about what people need to consider before voting in the cannabis referendum.

International eyes turn to progress of COVID-19 genome testing

International eyes turn to progress of COVID-19 genome testing

Massey researchers are developing a faster, more robust and affordable way of genome sequencing.

Global study raises grave concerns for reef sharks

Global study raises grave concerns for reef sharks

The first global survey of reef sharks shows they are virtually absent as a result of overfishing.

Kiribati Language Week celebrated at Massey University

Kiribati Language Week celebrated at Massey University

Members of the Kiribati community gathered at Massey University to celebrate the official launch of Kiribati Language Week.

Study reveals impact of commune life on children
Thursday 27 May 2010
A three-year study involving a group of children in Auckland's Centrepoint Community from 1977-2000 has revealed the extent of abuse and its ongoing effects on their adult lives.
Running on empty good for fitness
Monday 24 May 2010
Research done on cyclists suggests athletes who skip breakfast before training could be at an advantage over those who eat first.
Growth in graduate numbers no accident
Wednesday 19 May 2010
Twenty-two years of ceremonies to honour Maori graduates at Manawatu were marked this year by reflections on the growth that has occurred in Maori student numbers and the degrees conferred.
Massey-trained teams triumph in Battle of the Bots
Wednesday 28 April 2010
Robot designers mentored by Massey University engineering experts have triumphed at the Vex Robotics World Championships in Dallas.
'Sorry Chef, but you're a bully'
Thursday 15 April 2010
Television programmes featuring restaurant staff being abused, sworn at and reduced to tears may be closer to reality than audiences suspected.
Sector leaders help launch public health school
Thursday 25 March 2010
Leading figures in New Zealand health sector joined the University's top health researchers to launch its new School of Public Health yesterday.
TV reality shows get fat message through to kids
Wednesday 17 March 2010
Reality television shows featuring obese people may be deterring children from eating junk food, says marketing researcher Jacinta Hawkins.
Slick, slim rail design to unclog city routes
Thursday 11 March 2010
A driverless, electric-powered light rail system designed to whisk commuters more efficiently around central Auckland and across the harbour bridge could appeal to people who snub existing public...
Database could be key to cabbie safety
Saturday 6 February 2010
Workplace safety researchers say taxi drivers need a central database holding records of all incident, threats and attacks to help protect them on the job.
DNA suggests Moa once flew
Monday 1 February 2010
New research indicates the moa may not always have been flightless.
New book plots future of farming
Tuesday 24 November 2009
The New Zealand agricultural sector must speak with one voice if it is to increase productivity and maintain its international reputation, says the co-editor of a new book launched at the Manawatu...
Urewera descendant receives art scholarship
Monday 2 November 2009
Kylie Tiuka says her Tuhoe tupuna (ancestors) were the inspiration for turning her love of art since childhood into formal study for a university degree.
Massey finalist in 2009 Maori Language Awards
Friday 23 October 2009
Massey was among 30 finalists in the Maori Language Awards held last Friday at the end of the inaugural two-day Maori language expo held at Te Rauparaha Arena in Porirua.
New ad campaign for Massey
Friday 2 October 2009
Massey's new TV advertisement goes to air for the first time on Sunday, October 4. We thought you may all like to have a look at out latest campaign.
Top US lecture billing for Massey mathematician
Thursday 24 September 2009
Mathematics Distinguished Professor Gaven Martin is the first academic from a New Zealand university to be invited to deliver the annual Taft Lectures at the University of Cincinnati in Ohio next...
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