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The University of Waikato’s longest serving Chancellor is retiring

The Rt Hon James Bolger’s term on the University of Waikato Council, and as Chancellor of the University, ended on…

Historic gathering of Indigenous experts

The Native American and Indigenous Studies Association has started in Hamilton, with a record number attending.

Robotics, a feature of Fieldays

Taking the hard work out of harvesting, an asparagus picker will feature on the University of Waikato Fieldays stand.

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Budding young lawyers moot their way to the top

Young law potentials from New Plymouth Boys’ High School argued their way to first place…

8 July 2019

Ethan’s our new poster boy

The research work of a first-year civil engineering student at Waikato University has earned him…

8 July 2019

Professor awarded $1.1m research grant for child concussion study

Professor Nicola Starkey from the University of Waikato has been awarded a project grant of…

5 July 2019

Learning to discriminate: Can machines learn to identify pest species from photos?

University of Waikato's Professor of Computer Science Eibe Frank will discuss machine learning at a…

3 July 2019

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The sun shines on NAISA

The University of Waikato hosted the annual North American Indigenous Studies Assn conference, the first time it had been held…

How New Zealand’s well-being budget delivers for the environment

Troy Baisden looks at whether the budget is transforming the economy and society towards environmental sustainability.

Establishing fitness to stand trial as the first step in Christchurch attack court process

The first question that will have to be answered before the case against the alleged perpetrator of the Christchurch mosque…

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