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First INTERCOAST law student receives PhD
4th July 2014
The first law and social science student to go through the INTERCOAST programme – a collaboration between the University of Waikato and Bremen University in Germany – has received her PhD.
Café Scientifique to discuss lessons from the Canterbury Earthquake Sequence
12th June 2014
Tauranga’s June Café Scientifique will explore what scientists have learnt from the 2011 Canterbury earthquake sequence, the ramifications of which continue to be felt across the country today.
Marine Station hosts launch of government’s regional economic development report
9th June 2014
The University’s Coastal Marine Field Station hosted last week’s official launch of the Government’s 2014 Regional Economic Activity Report, and announcement of a Regional Growth Study for the wider Bay of Plenty area.
Collaboration and technology key to better water data
4th June 2014
New Zealand scientists could monitor the water quality of the country’s largest 4000 lakes if they made better use of technology and collaborated with experts from other disciplines.
Scholarships to study Taranaki natural history projects
26th March 2014
When Nicole Sturgess was at intermediate in New Plymouth, she’d tell her friends she was going to be a marine biologist, and now she is.
Cafe Scientifique to look at biological curiosities of the animal world
17th March 2014
Getting to know some of the animal kingdom’s evolutional oddities is the subject of next week’s Café Scientifique in Tauranga.
Marine open day a hit in Tauranga
10th March 2014
An estimated 200 people flocked to the Coastal Marine Field Station for its annual open day and cycling lecture.
New partner for Bay of Plenty Tertiary Partnership
28th February 2014
Waiariki Institute of Technology has joined the Bay of Plenty Tertiary Education Partnership, heralding a new era of educational collaboration and more opportunities for Bay of Plenty students.
University marine bike ride part of Seaweek activities
28th February 2014
The University’s Coastal Marine Field Station staff will lead a coastal bike ride ‘with a difference’ as part of the Marine Station’s annual Open Day...
Fresh water - Fresh thinking
26th February 2014
The University of Waikato is taking six of its leading fresh water scientists and researchers to Wellington next month...
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