Science & Engineering News
A team from the University of Waikato is one of seven featured in a National Geographic documentary series following Kiwi scientists in Antarctica.
High school teachers from across the Waikato have spent a day immersed in science so they can share the hands-on experience with students and help inspire them into research careers.
The University of Waikato has been awarded its first Rutherford Discovery Fellowship.
Congratulations to Professor Vic Arcus and Dr Chris Lusk - two of five University of Waikato academics to receive grants in the latest round of Marsden funding from the Royal Society.
The University of Waikato’s School of Engineering held its annual Oji Fibre Solutions Engineering Design Show last month.
Prizes were shared across the Greater Waikato and Bay of Plenty regions at the University of Waikato’s ChemQuest challenge held on Wednesday.
Two leading academics from the University of Waikato’s School of Science have been announced as winners in this year’s KuDos Hamilton Science Excellence Awards.
An ancient crater lake in Central Otago has provided scientists with new insights into carbon dioxide changes and the effects those changes had on the Antarctic ice sheet 23 million years ago.
Academics from Harvard, University College Dublin and the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History released some major Pacific research earlier this month, and they couldn’t have done it without input from the University of Waikato.
University of Waikato engineering graduate Fletcher Jackson loves flying. Lucky really, because he’s got a job building designer aircrafts.
A University of Waikato science graduate has received a $73,000 scholarship to study a masters degree in Europe.
Two University of Waikato-led science projects have been awarded nearly $4 million from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s 2016 Endeavour Fund.
University of Waikato engineering student Shalini Guleria has been awarded second place in the 2016 Sir Paul Callaghan Eureka! Awards for her ideas on turning wastewater into high-quality phosphate fertiliser.
A University of Waikato Master of Science student is researching how to improve the quality of nectar in Mānuka plants to produce better honey.
The University of Waikato’s engineering qualifications remain ahead of the game with a recommendation by the Institute of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ) for re-accreditation for five more years.