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University of Waikato researchers have found significantly more fault lines under Hamilton City than previously known.
Tekiteora Rolleston-Gabel's good grades and her community service have earned her a Freemason's Scholarship.
Sifting through other people’s rubbish might sound like a disgusting job, but for a group of University of Waikato students conducting the annual waste audit, what disgusted them was the amount that could have been recycled.
Commonwealth Games heroes the All Blacks Sevens and Black Ferns Sevens are working with sports scientists at the University of Waikato Adams High Performance Centre in Mount Maunganui.
Can dogs really sniff out cancer? Thanks to a grant from the Health Research Council of New Zealand University of Waikato’s Tim Edwards can now test the theory in a clinical setting.
Abby Pinkerton was one of four Waikato students to be awarded a 2018 Freemason scholarship.
Professor Don Klinger and colleagues look at the key factors.
An audience of about 150 people was taken on a trip around the world on Saturday night, all from within the Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts as the Waikato International Students’ Association ran its first ever international talent quest.
Our highest performing sports stars can become consumed by their roles as elite athletes, and Dr Christina Ryan is examining if it is good for them or their sports.
Dr Laura Haughey has been given the NZSL in Arts Award for her work on creating ground breaking theatre accessible for both Deaf and hearing audiences.
University of Waikato Hillary scholars Matthias Balzat and Filipe Manu have been awarded the 2018 Patricia Pratt Scholarship in musical performance – two of only three recipients this year.
Dr Shane Legg started out with a Dick Smith’s computer for his 10th birthday, now he is at the forefront of a new computing revolution.
Dr Joe Burton has been in Estonia at the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, addressing that question.
University of Waikato student Kyla Campbell was one of twelve young Kiwis chosen to present at the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.