Science & Engineering News
University of Waikato chemistry graduate Sophie Sim will join 12 top young scientists from all over the world at Imperial College London next month, where she has been selected to participate in the NexGenAgriChem Innovative Doctoral Programme.
Zac and Josh Lyon have been dragging tyres around the streets of Hamilton wearing 20kg backpacks as they train for the first leg of their 4 Caps Expedition.
University of Waikato Earth Sciences students Megan Saunders, Billy Bodger and Kate Mauriohooho have each won a $5000 Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) Education Endowment Trust Scholarship for their masters study.
A work placement at Methanex, the world’s largest supplier of methanol to international markets, is one of the highlights of Ben Plumtree’s study.
University of Waikato Sir Edmund Hillary Scholar Felicity Leydon-Davis is one the first women cricketers in New Zealand to secure an annual contract with New Zealand Cricket.
From Summer Research Scholarships to field trips to living in the Halls of Residence, uni life has been full of new experiences for former Katikati College student Beth Scarrow.
Thanks to several scholarships, University of Waikato student Blaise Forrester-Gauntlett has her PhD underway.
University of Waikato alumna Emma Sherman has won a Fulbright Science and Innovation Graduate Award to research mouth feel properties of red wine using sensory and metabolomic techniques.
Sorting different sized lollies without touching them by hand was just one of the tasks encountered by school students at the University of Waikato’s Science & Engineering Open Days last week.
The University of Waikato is again supporting the KuDos – Hamilton Science Excellence Awards – as a gold partner of the event.
University of Waikato second-year PhD student Monica Peters has won a $3000 Fulbright New Zealand Travel Award.
Monitoring water allocation in the Waikato is an important job, especially after the hot, dry summers of recent years.
Three University of Waikato students have received Beca Awards for academic excellence and potential as a promising engineer.
Hamilton Boys’ High School teams were awarded first and second place at the annual NZIC Analytical Chemistry Competition yesterday.