Science & Engineering News
Researching portable stroke detectors (11 December 2017)
Professor Yifan Chen is part of an international team developing a portable stroke detection and monitoring scanner.
From masters student to Antarctic explorer (7 December 2017)
University of Waikato student Shelly Brandt is getting ready to embark on an Antarctic research trip.
Swapping books for nature (7 December 2017)
University of Waikato student Charlotte Tomlinson will be packing her books away this summer to work with NIWA scientists.
HRC funding for Rongoā Rākau study (6 December 2017)
Research Fellow Dr Jonni Koia will be conducting biomedical research on rongoā rākau (Māori medicinal plants) with anti-diabetic potential.
Sorry, I didn't quite catch that (30 November 2017)
PhD student Blaise Forrester-Gauntlett is using new technology to study age-related hearing loss.
Is there a future for plastics? (21 November 2017)
Plastics have got themselves a bad name, but can we reuse the bad, and encourage the good?
New Chair for Lakes and Freshwater Science (13 November 2017)
The University of Waikato has appointed Dr Troy Baisden to the position of Bay of Plenty Regional Council Chair in Lakes and Freshwater Science.
Katikati couple support new doctoral scholarship (13 November 2017)
There's a new scholarship available to PhD students who are studying environmental issues.
Council invests in Omokoroa landslide research (9 November 2017)
Doctoral students at the University of Waikato think they might have found a way to stabilise Omokoroa’s sensitive soils and reduce the number of landslides.
Nottingham here I come (2 November 2017)
Science student Kelsey Ferris has secured a year-long internship in the UK.
Professor Vickery Arcus awarded James Cook Research Fellowship (1 November 2017)
Professor Vickery Arcus awarded 2017 James Cook Research Fellowship
STEAM without the hot air (27 October 2017)
Professor Mark Dyer is advocating a new approach to engineering in his Inaugural Professorial Lecture.
Hamilton Boys’ High win ChemQuest for third time in 5 years (20 October 2017)
Students from Hamilton Boys’ High School took out the top prize for the third time in five years at the University of Waikato’s ChemQuest challenge held on October 12 on campus (previous wins in 2013 and 2014).
Sustaining success (12 October 2017)
Major award for working towards a more sustainable planet.
ICT inspiring new strategies for diagnosis and treatment of cancer (10 October 2017)
Can information and communications technology be used to better diagnose and treat cancer? Professor Yifan Chen from the School of Engineering will discuss this ground-breaking research at his Inaugural Professorial Lecture on 17 October.
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