Research & Expertise
The University of Waikato is one of New Zealand's major research organisations, playing a key role in the economy and making a significant contribution to the international innovation system.
The World Surfing League recently became the first US-based global sporting league to offer equal pay to male and female competitors, so what are the implications?
Apo Aporosa looks at the implications of easing restrictions on kava importation for personal use.
Dr Brenda Midson examines one of New Zealand’s most notorious sexual misconduct cases.
Troy Baisden looks at whether the budget is transforming the economy and society towards environmental sustainability.
The first question that will have to be answered before the case against the alleged perpetrator of the Christchurch mosque attacks can proceed is whether he is fit to stand trial.
Waikato researcher re-writing history of ancient human movement across the Pacific (18 February 2020)
A University of Waikato researcher is re-writing the history of ancient human movement across the Pacific, by changing the way radiocarbon dates are interpreted.
Indigenous genomics under the microscope at SING conference (24 January 2020)
The University of Waikato is hosted the first ever SING Indigenous Genomics Conference as international scientists gather to discuss how they can work together.
It's time to care about our insects (16 January 2020)
Dr Chrissie Painting, along with 70 other researchers from 21 countries, are calling for immediate action on declining insect populations.
University education researchers receive over $822,000 in research funding (19 December 2019)
Three research projects involving Waikato researchers have received funding from the Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI), totalling more than $822,000
Professor Bryony James has been appointed as the new Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research at the University of Waikato, commencing in April 2020.
The Faculty of Education has a new research centre with a focus on education and children aged 0 to 8 years. Read More