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Earth to reach temperature tipping point in 20-30 years, new study finds

Earth’s ability to absorb carbon emissions through plants could be halved within the next two decades at the current rate…

Addressing racism and building equity across the education sector

The University of Waikato is proud to be part of the collaborative support for the communities participating in Te Hurihanganui.

Researcher and engineering lecturer to chair leading Robotics group

A leading apple fruitlet thinning automation expert has been appointed chairperson for a national robotics group.

Latest stories

Waikato computer scientists revolutionise the car parking experience through AI

AI experts from the University of Waikato continue to make the lives of everyday New…

19 January 2021

Scholarship winner looking to the future of the environment

This year’s Artemis Scholarship recipient is keen to use her degree to help iwi mitigate…

19 January 2021

2021 New Year Honours list recognises Waikato achievements

A former University of Waikato staff member and four alumni have been recognised for their…

15 January 2021

New Writer in Residence for 2021

The University of Waikato is set to welcome Michalia Arathimos as the Writer in Residence…

15 January 2021

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Opinion

What’s at stake for NZ in Australia’s case against China at the World Trade Organisation?

With the relationship between China and Australia souring in the past six months, New Zealand’s response will need to be…

Why Aotearoa New Zealand’s early Polynesian settlement should be recognised with World Heritage Site status

Aotearoa New Zealand likes to think it punches above its weight internationally, but there is one area where we are…

People on Vanuatu’s Malekula Island speak more than 30 Indigenous languages. Here’s why we must record them

Malekula, the second-largest island in the Vanuatu archipelago, has a linguistic connection to Aotearoa. All of its many languages are…