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Locks, keys and alarms are everyday items people use to help with security - but what do you use in cyberspace?
Windows to other worlds: Antarctic lakes, astrobiology and milestone moments for life on ancient earth
As our ability to extend observations beyond earth improves, planetary scientists are looking anew to the potential for life on other planets – astrobiology.
After 20 years of service with the Department of Corrections, Tauranga man Nick Powell felt an overwhelming need to do more to help the prisoners he worked with.
Waikato alumnus Dr Aaron Low has been awarded a travel fellowship to go offshore to learn more about explosion science and safety.
A Waikato University researcher was surprised by the results of his study into the effects of kava on driver ability and road safety.
University of Waikato alumna and Woolf Fisher Scholarship recipient Katie de Lange celebrates the completion of her PhD at the University of Cambridge, UK.
Waikato University women are volleyball champions.
Four students and a Waikato alumna are this year's recipients of Kupe Scholarships.
US Air Force awards nearly $250,000 to Waikato's Dr Fei Yang for hi-tech research.
Good skills: The New Zealand Cyber Security Challenge tests participants' ability to fend off cyber attacks.
Set to take place on Saturday 20 August, TEDxRuakura’s speaker line-up includes two University staff members and two alumna who will explore the movement or transition from one state of being to another.
The BoP's growing reputation as the centre for blue innovation will see Tauranga host the International Marine Biotechnology Convention from 8-10 August, the first time it will be held in New Zealand.
Just seeing a smile from those he has helped is enough recognition for 2017 Youth Volunteer of the Year Gary Ho.
Growing up, Jack Keeys couldn’t decide whether he wanted to be a scientist or accountant – so he’s forging a unique career path in New Zealand’s primary industries which combines both.
University of Waikato student Nauvoo Begman is beyond excited to be in Arizona, USA this week attending the summer internship for Indigenous peoples in Genomics.