Science & Engineering News
University of Waikato glassblower Steve Newcombe has won the award for the best scientific piece at the 11th Biannual Scientific Glassblowing Symposium in Canberra.
A field guide for New Zealand native plants was launched last week by University of Waikato ecologist Catherine Kirby, with support from the Environmental Research Institute.
Thirty-four school-leavers from across the Waikato have been awarded a share of $200,000 to pay for their first year of tertiary education at the University of Waikato or Wintec.
Staff and graduates of the University of Waikato's School of Science earth sciences programme featured prominently in the awards presented at the New Zealand Society of Soil Science (NZSSS) national conference held in Hamilton in early December.
A group of students took a leap back in time last week to explore the science and engineering marvels on show at Ruakuri Cave.
Tara Fernandez-Ritchie has her own key to the Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin in Grey Street. That's so she can go and practise the organ almost any time of day.
The New Zealand Society of Soil Science Conference got underway at the University of Waikato on Monday.
University of Waikato engineering graduate Jim Bier is feeling enlightened, following a recent trip to Japan to attend the 2014 Cheiron School.
Kelsey Ferris plans to do big things in the science world, and now has a scholarship from the University of Waikato to back her studies.
The University of Waikato Formula SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) team have their sights set firmly on success for the Formula SAE- Australasia competition in Melbourne next month.
A team of University of Waikato engineering students will travel to Christchurch this week to showcase their electric van at New Zealand's first electric vehicle efficiency rally.
University of Waikato Hillary scholar Nicole van der Kaay is one of nine athletes selected for Triathlon New Zealand's 2015 High Performance Squad.
Four Claude McCarthy Fellowships have been awarded to University of Waikato students.
Thanks to a Research Institute Scholarship, Clare Beet is off on her first trip to Antarctica to study the effects of climate change on invertebrates.
Researchers will be digging the dirt on soils next month when the University of Waikato hosts the New Zealand Society of Soil Science (NZSSS) Conference.