Science & Engineering News
As New Zealand farms continue to face problems associated with ongoing drought, University of Waikato doctoral student Jack Pronger, originally from Cambridge, hopes his current research project will contribute to an improvement in pastoral drought resilience.
The University of Waikato is urging people to think carefully before disposing of waste, liquids and hazardous products into drains on campus because of the negative impact on the health of the campus lakes.
Frodo the morepork, a hive of bees, a tree-climbing demo and talks from young bio-diversity enthusiasts made for a great day out for 60 youngsters last month.
University of Waikato Biological Sciences student Bridgette Moffat has been awarded the 2014 Tess Embling Memorial Scholarship.
A painting depicting the first-ever Antarctic expedition dedicated to exploring Antarctic soils was gifted to the University of Waikato last month...
When Earth Sciences student Gemma Johnson embarked on a University of Waikato Summer Research Scholarship, she didn’t expect to come out of the experience with her first research collaboration under her belt.
University of Waikato Earth Sciences graduate James Blyth is living the dream, working on mining projects around the world.
What began as her parents’ concern with water safety has turned into a 13-year interest and competitive career with surf lifesaving for new Sir Edmund Hillary Scholarship recipient Karina Radley.
University of Waikato Earth Sciences student Emma Bagley has won a C. Alma Baker Postgraduate Scholarship for her agriculture-focused masters research project.
Gone are the days where lifting weights was seen as a ‘guy thing’, but weightlifter Rachel Curran is putting that to the test.
Woodchopping is in the blood for former Otorohanga College student and new Hillary Scholar Christopher Lord as he follows in his dad’s footsteps in the sport of axemen.
The Ministry of Primary Industries has formed two working groups to come up with a robust labelling guideline for mānuka honey.
The sky’s the limit for a University of Waikato PhD student undertaking research into the manufacturing and advancement of titanium metal composites.
The University of Waikato is hosting a bi-lingual exhibition of photographs and covers from Canadian Geographic magazine depicting scenes from the Canadian Arctic.