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PhD student Azadeh Hashemi

18 July 2017

A University of Canterbury PhD student is using milk protein to 3D-imprint muscle and bone cells and one day she hopes her research may be used to regrow missing body parts.


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27 June 2017

Health and safety management software and an online innovation portal are two of the ideas developed in five days by University of Canterbury students to make life easier for small to medium-sized businesses.


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21 June 2017

The NZIF Foundation offers a range of awards, prizes and student scholarships annually. The Foundation has announced two new awards for postgraduates undertaking research.


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21 June 2017

Engineer Volker Nock, from the University of Canterbury and the MacDiarmid Institute, has developed a lab-on-a-chip that allows biologists to precisely measure the forces exerted by living organisms - on a nano scale.


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01 June 2017

Enjoy craft? Then you probably enjoy mathematics too – you just may not know it yet. Discover the maths behind craft and the craft behind maths at Christchurch’s first Maths Craft Day.


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25 May 2017

School of Forestry PhD candidate Francis Obi has just been awarded a $7,000 scholarship from Rayonier, presented to him by the Operations Director Brendan Slui


Philippa Martin UC Teaching Award

12 May 2017

Professor Philippa Martin, Electrical and Computer Engineering, is one of three winners of UC Teaching Awards for 2017.


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09 May 2017

Quake affected Kaikōura businesses are set to benefit from a joint University of Canterbury and New Zealand Transport Agency initiative to boost visitor numbers to the area.


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08 May 2017

Tim Bell was involved in running a "Code Club for Politicians" at the Beehive in Wellington.


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03 May 2017

Professor Rick Millane is one of an international team of researchers that has been awarded a NZ$2 million research grant by the Human Frontier Science Program to develop a novel method for imaging individual biomolecules with atomic resolution.


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