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Tricks of the light
14th September 2015

Bridgette Farnworth is unashamedly nerdy and a self-confessed tree-hugger. She's also the recipient of a University of Waikato Research Institute doctoral scholarship.

Professor makes Kudos finals
7th September 2015

With more than 20 years' experience working in the Waikato environment, biological sciences Professor Brendan Hicks has covered a bit of ground.

University of Waikato receives nearly $10 million in MBIE Research Funding
4th September 2015

The University of Waikato has received nearly $10 million in new funding from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. The funding was announced by Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce.

New Suez Canal opens door for marine invaders
6th August 2015

When the new and enlarged Suez Canal opens on Saturday, two University of Waikato academics will not be cheering quite as loudly as the population of Egypt.

Antarctic life – highly diverse, unusually structured
25th June 2015

The variety of plant and animal life in the Antarctic is much greater than previously thought, reveals an assessment of Antarctic biodiversity published by a team of scientists in the journal Nature this week.

Waikato professor appointed to help build NZ Antarctic science
28th May 2015

Professor Cary and Dr Vonda Cummings from NIWA in Wellington are well known to the Antarctic science community and Antarctica New Zealand, which have supported their work on ice over many seasons.

Unique look at forest giants
14th May 2015

Spending a month in the forest taking photos of a tree may not be everyone's idea of a good time but Catherine Kirby thought it was great.

Shedding light on biodiversity crisis
15th April 2015

A new book outlining New Zealand's declining biodiversity is as much about providing solutions as it is about highlighting the perilous state of many of our native species.

Vietnam adventure for Waikato marine scientists
14th April 2015

Mangrove forests up to 20 metres high, snakes, wasps and a whole lot of mud have been the making of an intrepid journey for three University of Waikato scientists conducting research in Vietnam.

University and regional council combine for regional benefit
9th April 2015

Boosting the Waikato's economic development and co-operation on freshwater management issues are the initial focus of a revised Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between two key regional organisations.

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