Science & Engineering News
Professor Chris Battershill, Chair of Coastal Science and Head of the Coastal Marine Group at the University of Waikato, has been awarded Science Communicator of the Year by the New Zealand Association of Scientists (NZAS).
When Dr Lee Streeter heard he’d won a Marsden grant to continue his time-of-flight photography research, he took a day’s leave to celebrate.
Sports in sites of war and disaster, time-of-flight photography, tree-based learning algorithms, and ancient aquaculture are University of Waikato projects that have received 2015 Marsden funding, announced today.
Collecting aluminium cylinders is about to get a whole lot easier thanks to a class of engineering students from the University of Waikato.
Students from St Peter’s School Cambridge took out the top prize at the University of Waikato’s ChemQuest challenge held last month on campus.
Kate Mauriohooho is nuts about rocks. She’s just graduated at the University of Waikato with a Master of Science with first class honours and is embarking on a PhD.
A University of Waikato engineering student is in Germany after being selected for an all-expenses-paid traineeship at the University of Stuttgart.
Graduating with a degree in Chemical and Biological Engineering from the University of Waikato was the first step towards Hawraa Al Lawati reaching her goal of working in the oil and gas industry.
University of Waikato technician Aaron Wall was a winner at last night's 2015 KuDos Hamilton Science Excellence Awards.
Kids are so cute, but when their horns start to grow they can hurt each other and the handlers looking after them.
A first-year University of Waikato student is preparing for the internship of a lifetime; travelling to Antarctica in February as part of the Antarctic Youth Ambassador programme.
University of Waikato's Dr Karsten Zegwaard has won the Donald MacLaren Jr Academic Award for Professional Achievement in Cooperative & Work-Integrated Education.
Old fishing methods are providing the raw data that modern techniques can't match in the Rotorua Lakes.
Bridgette Farnworth is unashamedly nerdy and a self-confessed tree-hugger. She's also the recipient of a University of Waikato Research Institute doctoral scholarship.
With more than 20 years' experience working in the Waikato environment, biological sciences Professor Brendan Hicks has covered a bit of ground.