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How equipped is New Zealand to manage bird flu? | University of Canterbury
University of Canterbury research curbing our carbon conundrum | University of Canterbury
Material testing technique could boost safety for travellers | University of Canterbury
University of Canterbury research supports hands-off approach to childcare | University of Canterbury
Study shows service users can improve mental health care | University of Canterbury
Micronutrients used to treat antenatal depression in world first study | University of Canterbury
For women with antenatal depression, micronutrients might help them and their babies – new study
Dawn raids never died: why formal apologies and restoring NZ citizenship are still not enough
Rethinking roads as public spaces – what NZ cities can learn from Barcelona’s ‘superblock’ urban design
New University of Canterbury research identifies brain network link to stuttering | University of Canterbury
Research engages mana whenua in biodiversity decisions | University of Canterbury
A new ruling says countries – including NZ – must take action on climate change under the law of the sea
More Vape Stores In Deprived Areas, Near Schools
AI robotics researcher has eye on underwater mussel industry | University of Canterbury
Mast seeding solstice link could help protect biodiversity | University of Canterbury
Native trees on farms could bring birdsong back to the plains | University of Canterbury
Déjà vu in New Caledonia: why decades of political failure will make this uprising hard to contain
Flood damage a growing risk for NZ’s kelp forests | University of Canterbury
Feeding native ecosystems with waste | University of Canterbury
What makes people tick environmentally? | University of Canterbury
Longer-lasting ozone holes over Antarctica expose seal pups and penguin chicks to much more UV
$1.35 million grant to study lion-like jumping spiders | University of Canterbury
Judicial Appointments Announced 19 April
What if whales took us to court? A move to grant them legal personhood would include the right to sue
Kiwi research soars to International Space Station
Treatments tailored to you: how AI will change NZ healthcare, and what we have to get right first
University of Canterbury endorses ChristchurchNZ’s new economic strategy | University of Canterbury
University of Canterbury and Business Canterbury partner to grow regional talent | University of Canterbury
Maths and science-driven AI rules aim to protect society | University of Canterbury
AI helps predict natural hazards around the world | University of Canterbury
2024 Te Waiu o Aotearoa Trust scholarship recipients announced
Safe-guarding an ethical future for AI | University of Canterbury
Journal Unveils Realm Of Māori Language Research
Using ‘random forest’ to gain new insights on public health | University of Canterbury
Changes to NZ’s parole laws to improve rehabilitation could lead to even longer prison times
International earthquake testing delivers stunning results for Kiwi innovations | University of Canterbury
Out of this world: NZ research to fly on ISS for first time | University of Canterbury
Joining AUKUS could boost NZ’s poor research and technology spending – but at what cost?
University of Canterbury launches Cass native tree planting programme | University of Canterbury
Scientists discover microbe unique to NZ | University of Canterbury
NZ has the energy resources to adopt alternative food technologies – it just needs a plan
Male pregnancy and weird courtship wiggles: how NZ’s wide-bodied pipefish confounds expectations
AI is our ‘Promethean fire’: using it wisely means knowing its true nature – and our own minds
First steps of 100-day plan for education: removing distractions and teaching the basics brilliantly
COP28: with a ‘loss and damage’ fund in place, protecting climate refugees is more urgent than ever
University of Canterbury delegation joins COP28 global climate conference
Australasian-first for University of Canterbury Business School
Researchers awarded $800,000 for field research