Science & Engineering News
Mangroves could play a critical role in preventing rising sea levels from eating away at vulnerable parts of the coast, according to a study by Kiwi and UK scientists being published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society A in August.
A University of Waikato doctoral student has been awarded a top national scholarship to do research in Antarctica.
Humans have greatly influenced the distribution of marine species worldwide which has had significant effects.
After completing a Master of Science in biological sciences (with first class honours) at the University of Waikato, Alice Chibnall made the move south from Hamilton to Wellington.
The New Zealand Association for Gifted Children held its 40th anniversary conference at the University from 3-5 July.
A Fulbright Science and Innovation Graduate Award has paved the way for Ben Simons to research persistently active volcanic systems.
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.
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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.