News & Events: Press Releases
Sub-fossil kauri trees extracted from peat bogs are giving scientists valuable insights into the mechanisms of rapid and extreme climatic and environmental change.
The University of Waikato will highlight its collaborations and partnerships with industry at this year's National Agricultural Fieldays.
In search of mussels (20 May 2016)
What’s happening with Waikato’s freshwater mussels? University of Waikato student Michele Melchior’s 10-week summer research project looked at two species of native freshwater mussels to find out.
Deleted Scenes for Lovers "powerful and harrowing" (20 May 2016)
A new collection of short stories by lecturer Tracey Slaughter hits the streets next week.
Lifting our climate change game (19 May 2016)
A new report sets out a blueprint for shifting to a low-carbon economy through improvements in energy, transport, building, agriculture, industry and land use. Law Professor Barry Barton was one of the report's authors.
The NZ Cyber Security Challenge will be on at the University of Waikato on 14 and 15 July.
The University's newly-appointed professor of population health says New Zealand's health system is facing the early stages of what will be a sustained period of increasing demand for services, with particular pressure arising in general practice.
Jet setting her career - literally (16 May 2016)
University of Waikato alumna Clare Johnson is an expert in social media. And she’s putting that expertise to the test in her dream job at Air New Zealand.
Long-standing McKenzie Centre Director Trisha Benge continues to make the world less scary and lonely for hundreds of families who have children with special needs.