Science & Engineering News
The University has appointed a full-time Auckland-based Research and Innovation Manager, Dr Eric Walton.
Are lasers part of your life and you don't even know it? As part of the New Zealand Institute of Physics conference being held at the University of Waikato in July, there are two free lectures on lasers and microwaves that are open to the public.
The variety of plant and animal life in the Antarctic is much greater than previously thought, reveals an assessment of Antarctic biodiversity published by a team of scientists in the journal Nature this week.
Visits to automotive manufacturing sites McLaren Formula 1, Volkswagen and Bentley are a regular occurrence for Leon Henderson at the moment. It's all part of the job for the mechanical engineering graduate, who works as a research associate at Cambridge University in the UK.
A Hamilton Boys' High School (HBHS) team was awarded first place at the annual NZIC Analytical Chemistry Competition on Wednesday 17 June.
University of Waikato students whose research is making a difference to the lives of the people of the Waikato community have received Trust Waikato Community Grants.
Want to work with top scientists and engineers on ground breaking research projects delivering genuine benefits?
Fieldays opened on Wednesday under threatening skies and more than 28,000 visitors with the University of Waikato stand attracting plenty of attention.
A University of Waikato graduate student has devised a system that looks set to enhance forestry planting processes.
Professor Cary and Dr Vonda Cummings from NIWA in Wellington are well known to the Antarctic science community and Antarctica New Zealand, which have supported their work on ice over many seasons.
On the eve of Fieldays, the University of Waikato will host agri-stakeholders at an event to showcase its latest research and strengthen links with the agricultural industry.
This year's Fieldays Scholarship winner, Danielle Lelievre, is conducting research that looks likely to benefit New Zealand in an increasingly competitive global industry – kiwifruit production.
Preliminary findings from a research project at the University of Waikato could mean good things for farmers dealing with the effects of ongoing drought.
Sixteen-year-old Waikato Dio student Nikita Lyons is one of four students representing New Zealand at the International Biology Olympiad (IBO) in Denmark this July.
Spending a month in the forest taking photos of a tree may not be everyone's idea of a good time but Catherine Kirby thought it was great.