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We welcome you to the world class Faculty of Science & Engineering at the University of Waikato. Our research and our internationally recognised teaching staff are supported by some of the world's most advanced laboratory equipment. Our graduates go on to pursue rewarding careers both here and overseas, with the knowledge that they are making a difference to the lives of others. Apply to enrol now and join them.

About Science & Engineering

Our Qualifications

Master of Engineering
This research-focused degree is designed for graduates who wish to further their knowledge of the innovative research methodologies required in…

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Our Subjects

Materials and Process Engineering
This discipline combines chemical, mechanical and materials engineering to produce professional engineers with a wide…

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New Suez Canal opens door for marine invaders: When the new and enlarged Suez Canal opens on Saturday, two University of Waikato academics…
Mangroves buffer the effects of rising seas: Mangroves could play a critical role in preventing rising sea levels from eating away at…
Doctoral student wins $40K for Antarctic research: A University of Waikato doctoral student has been awarded a top national scholarship to do…
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Our People

Kiriana Isgrove

Kiriana Isgrove

BSc; MSc(Research) in Biological Sciences
"I love all the practical experience we are given in science papers."

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Establishing a National Māori Biosecurity Network - Kīngitanga Day presentation
17th Sep 2015 10:45am-11:30am
Melanie's research interests are in the broader Māori and indigenous development area with specific interests in developing new industries for…

Sustainable Management of Kōura in Te Arawa Lakes - Kīngitanga Day presentation
17th Sep 2015 11:30am-12:15pm
Freshwater crayfish are an important component of lake food webs and support important customary fisheries for Te Arawa iwi in…

A Collaborative Approach to Coastal Marine Science in the Bay of Plenty - Kīngitanga Day presentation
17th Sep 2015 2:15pm
Collaborations and partnerships are important for the development of meaningful science and relationships. Facilitator: Dr Ian Duggan…

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