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A list of all video and multimedia articles in chronological order.

Kārearea returns to the wild after long recovery

Kārearea returns to the wild after long recovery

A kārearea, New Zealand's native falcon, is ready to return to the wild after three months in hospital and rehabilitation.

Driving force of volcanic super-hazards uncovered

Driving force of volcanic super-hazards uncovered

Massey volcanologists have discovered the driving force behind superheated gas-and-ash clouds from volcanic eruptions, which may help save lives and infrastructure around the globe.

VNZMA Artisan Awards to be hosted on Wellington campus

VNZMA Artisan Awards to be hosted on Wellington campus

Massey University's School of Music and Creative Media Production will host the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards' Artisan Awards which recognise the best technical and production values in the music industry.

Wheelchair revolution

Wheelchair revolution

A new wheelchair prototype with an innovative propulsion system has been developed by Massey University engineers that attempts to minimise chronic shoulder and wrist problems for self-propelled wheelchair users, while making it easier for users to travel uphill.

Massey graduation ceremonies go global for first time
Friday 25 November 2011
Some 450 Massey graduates paraded across the stage today in Palmerston North - and across the globe, as the ceremonies were beamed live around the world.
Entertaining online tool to encourage youth vote
Wednesday 23 November 2011
It's called On the Fence, but a group of Institute of Communication Design students hope their entertaining online interactive tool will encourage young New Zealanders to come off the fence to join...
Scientists film hagfish anti-shark slime weapon
Friday 28 October 2011
The hagfish found in New Zealand's deepest waters is grotesque enough, thanks to its scary protruding teeth straight from a horror film.  Now, scientists have witnessed the full power of its other...
Massey award for rugby hero Cruden
Thursday 27 October 2011
Rugby World Cup winner Aaron Cruden is being offered an award to study at Massey University so he can combine his rugby career with tertiary education.
VIPs shower attention on rehabilitating wildlife
Tuesday 18 October 2011
University staff rehabilitating birds at the Oiled Wildlife Response Unit in Tauranga had several high-profile visitors inspecting their work today.
Gym goers surprised by rugby superstars
Thursday 13 October 2011
Regular gym goers rubbed shoulders with superstars of the rugby world on the Albany campus this week.
Robotics World Cup draws crowds in the Cloud
Thursday 13 October 2011
There is another world cup in town this week, but minus boots, goal posts or groin injuries. For the past three days more than 400 robot-driving students from all over New Zealand, and 38 from...
Mehrtens matched by Massey's metallic man
Monday 10 October 2011
Many think legendary former All Black Andrew Mehrtens has super-human powers when it comes to kicking a rugby ball. But a special robot created by Massey University Albany engineering students proved...
Maori futures book royalties to Te Aute College
Tuesday 4 October 2011
Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Assistant Vice-Chancellor (Maori and Pasifika) Sir Mason Durie will donate all the royalties from his new book, about Mäori futures, to Te Aute College.
World cup shows rugby is our 'surrogate religion'
Thursday 29 September 2011
A Massey University religious historian says the hype and intensity surrounding the Rugby World Cup proves the game is still a surrogate religion in New Zealand.
Dog cancer trial wins funding
Thursday 22 September 2011
A Massey veterinary cancer researcher has been granted $20,000 to study the effect of the drug thalidomide on cancer in dogs.
Study gets to the guts of snapper diet
Tuesday 20 September 2011
Snapper is a favourite fish dish of many New Zealanders, but new research will find out what these fish themselves eat, and why.
Flash mob haka mixes technology and tradition
Wednesday 7 September 2011
A Massey University Maori rugby historian says the flash mob haka that are proving an internet sensation this week are a great example of traditional Maori culture meeting modern technology.
Near-death experience research gets TV treatment
Tuesday 6 September 2011
Psychologist Natasha Tassell and sociologist Mary Murray, who are researching people's accounts of near-death experiences, have appeared on a segment of the TV3 current affairs programme 60 minutes...
Carnival-like creation wins wearable art student prize
Saturday 27 August 2011
A "dreamlike" creation by third-year fashion design student Sophie Littin has triumphed over international entries to win the student design award at this year's Brancott Estate World of WearableArt...
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