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Waikato ranked top 60 in the world for research that impacts economic growth and reducing inequality

The University of Waikato has been ranked in the top 60 universities in the world…

21 April 2021

Top students from University of Waikato take science learning back to their community

Sisters Hayley and Melanie Walker, have been recognised by an international academic honours’ society for…

20 April 2021

University of Waikato installs the world’s most advanced AI System

New Zealand’s most powerful supercomputer for artificial intelligence applications has been installed at the University…

19 April 2021

Waikato scientist part of team awarded prestigious Human Frontier grant

Professor Craig Cary has travelled to volcanic vents at the bottom of the ocean and…

14 April 2021

Teachers get boost into Masters study thanks to University of Waikato Programme

Matamata Primary School teacher Carma Maisey credits the University of Waikato’s Poutama Pounamu Blended Learning…

13 April 2021

Global refugee crisis brought to life in a new opera

The global refugee crisis is being brought to life for New Zealand audiences in a…

13 April 2021

Sustainability focus for new Assistant Vice-Chancellor

The University of Waikato has appointed Professor Lynda Johnston in the new role of Assistant…

12 April 2021

“It’s a race against time”: Tauranga marine science expert advocates for sustainable approach to protect our ocean biodiversity

World-leading Tauranga marine scientist, Professor Chris Battershill, will be speaking about the importance of ocean…

1 April 2021

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Opinion

Student achievement depends on reducing poverty now and after COVID-19

There is no doubt that COVID-19 has significantly impacted our lives, including schools and education. Temporary closures of school buildings…

Without evidence of real progress, NZ’s foreign policy towards China looks increasingly empty

Very recently in the Bay of Bengal a naval exercise took place involving India, France, Japan and Australia. While it…

ACC’s policy of not covering birth injuries is one more sign the system is overdue for reform

Recent media coverage of women not being able to get treatment for birth injuries highlights yet another example of gender…