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University staff trained in Mental Health First Aid

More than 150 University of 贝搏体育官方网站 staff have gained the skills needed to support someone…

8 August 2022

Fish farming licence adds depth to research

Large-scale research into a wide variety of algae is a step closer for Aotearoa’s first…

5 August 2022

Leading academics awarded Emeritus Professor titles

Two leading University of 贝搏体育官方网站 academics have been awarded the prestigious title of Emeritus Professor…

2 August 2022

Double major and university at 16

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1 August 2022

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A Supreme Court judge, Māori business leaders and professional directors are being recognised by the…

29 July 2022

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27 July 2022

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26 July 2022

Ocean scientist awarded L’Oréal Fellowship

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22 July 2022

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Polarising, sensational media coverage of transgender athletes should end – our research shows a way forward

Given recent and often sensationalist media coverage of the issue, it’s easy to overlook the fact that transgender athletes have…

As Russia and Ukraine trade blame for prisoner-of-war deaths, what becomes of the Geneva Convention?

The deaths of more than 50 Ukrainian prisoners of war last week is not only an apparent war crime, but…

We analysed NZ Twitter users’ language during lockdown – with surprising results

Social media has the reputation of being spontaneous, rushed, prone to typos and ungrammatical sentences, and generally a linguistic disaster.