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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.

Ethnic enclaves a hub of migrant entrepreneurship
Thursday 2 December 2010
Ethnic precincts like Auckland's Asian-style Northcote Shopping Centre add to a city's cultural diversity but are not well understood by mainstream policymakers, according to sociologists Professor...
Monty back on Mana after successful fracture repair
Thursday 2 December 2010
Monty, a 15-year-old female takahe, was returned to the Department of Conservation Mana Island sanctuary yesterday after several months at the University's Wildlife Health Centre receiving treatment...
Scientist wins prestigious Humboldt Prize
Monday 29 November 2010
Scientist Professor Peter Schwerdtfeger, whose research has helped explain the physics and chemistry behind the colour of gold, has been awarded a prestigious Humboldt Research Award.
Scientists gather for end of year feast
Friday 19 November 2010
A group of about 60 guests including Maori science graduates enjoyed an end of year hangi prepared by local kaumatua, students and staff.
Cafe ambience designed to get blood flowing
Tuesday 2 November 2010
Cafe-style tables and non-clinical chairs designed to make blood donors feel more at ease are the brainchild of a Massey industrial design student who hopes her product will help encourage more...
'Robolympics' tests engineering skills
Thursday 14 October 2010
First-year engineering students pitted robots against one another at the Manawatu campus yesterday at event known as the Robolympics.
Wildlife vets tend wayward turtle
Friday 24 September 2010
A female green sea turtle is being cared for at the University's Wildlife Health Centre after being found on Otaki Beach.
TV host test drives new plug-in Toyota
Wednesday 22 September 2010
Television New Zealand's Close Up host Mark Sainsbury swapped his stylish, gas-guzzling 1963 Lincoln Continental car for a clean, silent drive in a plug-in petrol-electric hybrid Toyota Prius at the...
Rare Hourglass dolphin a find for marine researchers
Monday 13 September 2010
A rare hourglass dolphin underwent a post-mortem on Friday at Massey's Coastal-Marine Pathology Unit at Albany. It is one of only a handful of carcasses of the species ever examined by scientists.
Tips for psychosocial support after earthquake
Monday 6 September 2010
Emergency management specialists from the School of Psychology have offered online tips to help people deal with the psychological aftermath of the Canterbury earthquake.
Maori accountants share business sustainability ideas
Thursday 26 August 2010
A two-day conference of Maori accountants starts tomorrow at Massey's Te Kupenga o Te Matauranga Marae on the Manawatu campus at Hokowhitu.
Ages of charcoal launches public lecture series
Thursday 29 July 2010
Charcoal's changing use over time is the subject of the first talk in this year's series of public lectures at the Wellington campus next Thursday.
Treadmill puts Piwi on track to recovery
Wednesday 28 July 2010
A gruelling workout regime including treadmill sessions has helped an injured kiwi recover from two broken legs.
Korero kawhe - Maori coffee culture encouraged
Monday 26 July 2010
University staff and students are being encouraged to order their coffee in Mäori, with pamphlets published and distributed on all three campuses carrying the terms in English and Mäori and an online...
‘Board game on steroids' wins business challenge
Tuesday 15 June 2010
A "board game on steroids" has won the national final of this year's Global Enterprise Challenge hosted by at the Albany campus this week.
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