News & Events: Press Releases
A new University of Waikato research project will bring together a world-class team of researchers to look at ways to develop algae for environmentally progressive commercial use.
Sophisticated cameras for the farm (23 May 2018)
Dr Lee Streeter is refining a depth-sensing camera to accurately measure motion.
The University of Waikato’s Environmental Research Institute has become the first Corporate Guardian for Hawke’s Bay biodiversity.
Shedding old stereotypes (22 May 2018)
The Men’s Shed movement has taken the stereotype of men isolated in their back sheds into a new space, where researchers have found a positive future for retirement.
Maryanne’s new role has links to Washington (22 May 2018)
The Association for Psychological Science has a new board member. University of Waikato Professor of Psychology Maryanne Garry was recently elected to the Association’s Board of Directors, and is thrilled to be at the table.
Uncovering what lies beneath Hamilton (21 May 2018)
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.