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Massey projects receive $7.45m from Marsden Fund

Massey projects receive $7.45m from Marsden Fund

Massey researchers have received more than $7.45 million from the Royal Society Te Apārangi annual Marsden Fund for 15 projects.

Swarmstorm design to benefit beekeepers

Swarmstorm design to benefit beekeepers

Hobby beekeepers could have a new product to recollect swarms and maintain bee reproduction rates thanks to the work of Massey University industrial design student Liam Brankin.

Exposure water storage exhibit a supreme winner

Exposure water storage exhibit a supreme winner

An emergency water storage solution has earned Master of Design graduate Michael Scott Jones the Supreme Award at the 2018 ECC Student Craft/Design Awards.

Opinion: A mid-term election for the ages

Opinion: A mid-term election for the ages

Mid-term elections underway in the US are important not just for Americans - the consequences of Tuesday's events will be felt for years to come. By all of us. Here's why, writes Professor Richard Shaw.

Swarmstorm design to benefit beekeepers

Swarmstorm design to benefit beekeepers

Hobby beekeepers could have a new product to recollect swarms and maintain bee reproduction rates thanks to the work of Massey University industrial design student Liam Brankin.

Investigating the impact of young onset dementia

Investigating the impact of young onset dementia

Dementia is often seen as a disease of the elderly, however the young onset of dementia is a healthcare reality which poses a unique set of challenges.

Sophisticated new “plumbing” for Keeble paddocks

Sophisticated new “plumbing” for Keeble paddocks

Massey University's sheep and beef research farm, Keebles, will be a focal point for new nutrient leaching research for sheep and beef farming with the instillation of a sophisticated water and nutrient collection system.

Researchers play part in French and Belgian WWI commemorations

Researchers play part in French and Belgian WWI commemorations

Two Massey University researchers are part of official centenary commemorations in northern France and Belgium that mark key events in the final week of World War I.

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‘Feral’ conference explores how humans frame nature

‘Feral’ conference explores how humans frame nature

Possums, privet, rats, ragwort, stoats, goats and gorse - the status of invasive species in New Zealand such as these will be part of a global discussion in a conference exploring how we perceive and manage nature.

 Armistice event marks bravery and skill of WWI medics

Armistice event marks bravery and skill of WWI medics

A new book revealing stories of courageous medics who served in WWI - from stretcher bearers to dentists and veterinarians - will be launched this Friday as part of a special event in Palmerston North to mark the centenary of Armistice Day.

Memories sought to illuminate Colombo Hall submission

Memories sought to illuminate Colombo Hall submission

New Zealand's first purpose-built student hall of residence constructed for Colombo Plan students, Colombo Hall at Massey University's Manawatū campus, is in line for official heritage status.

Graduate exhibition offers full Exposure

Graduate exhibition offers full Exposure

Massey University's innovative and inspiring Exposure exhibition for graduating students at the College of Creative Arts opens on Friday.

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Awards and Appointments

Massey projects receive $7.45m from Marsden Fund

Massey projects receive $7.45m from Marsden Fund

Massey researchers have received more than $7.45 million from the Royal Society Te Apārangi annual Marsden Fund for 15 projects.

Exposure water storage exhibit a supreme winner

Exposure water storage exhibit a supreme winner

An emergency water storage solution has earned Master of Design graduate Michael Scott Jones the Supreme Award at the 2018 ECC Student Craft/Design Awards.

Auckland social work students honoured with awards

Auckland social work students honoured with awards

The School of Social Work acknowledged three of their top students from the Auckland Campus at the Student Social Work Awards yesterday.

Māori journalism in the spotlight

Māori journalism in the spotlight

Massey University has announced the finalists in the Ngā Kupu Ora Māori Journalist of the Year Awards.

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Opinion and Features

Opinion: World War I memories made of this

Opinion: World War I memories made of this

As the centenary of the First World War draws to an end it is appropriate to reflect on the legacy of the conflict, and the places that are key to the New Zealand experience of the war, such as Ypres and Le Quesnoy.

Opinion: A caravan of desperation and hope

Opinion: A caravan of desperation and hope

Political corruption and repression, gangs, drug cartels, land pressures and climate change make life very difficult for most Hondurans, says Dr Sharon McLennan, who offers insights on the living conditions of those on the caravan heading to the US.

Opinion: A mid-term election for the ages

Opinion: A mid-term election for the ages

Mid-term elections underway in the US are important not just for Americans - the consequences of Tuesday's events will be felt for years to come. By all of us. Here's why, writes Professor Richard Shaw.

Armistice Day - Q&A with Glyn Harper

Armistice Day - Q&A with Glyn Harper

The First World War (1914-1918) was the worst disaster ever for New Zealand in terms of lives lost per capita, and for its legacy of suffering.

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Auckland Campus Flyover

Watch stunning aerial footage of Massey University's Auckland campus.

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