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13 July 2011

Sculpture students at the University of Canterbury will hold their 18th annual group show in the School of Fine Arts next week.


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13 July 2011

Taking public health research, crime research, hazards management, cultural mapping and city planning to the next level through advanced technologies is the goal of a new and unique trans-Tasman partnership for the University of Canterbury.


UC supercomputer makes the impossible possible for researchers

12 July 2011

The University of Canterbury's BlueFern supercomputer facilities have been helping Kiwi researchers tackle some big scientific problems.


UC academic's contribution to NZ horticultural science recognised

12 July 2011

Biological Sciences Head of School Professor Paula Jameson has been made a Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Agricultural and Horticultural Science for her "outstanding contribution to New Zealand horticultural Science".


UC graduates among Fulbright scholars

11 July 2011

Two University of Canterbury graduates are among the latest students to be granted Fulbright scholarships to the United States.


UC engineering student part of winning design team

07 July 2011

UC engineering student Ben Carter was part of the team that took top honours in the recent 48 Hour Design Challenge.


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07 July 2011

The University of Canterbury is to hold a series of free public lectures that will consider the geological, engineering and psychological aspects of the recent earthquakes.


MOU marks a new era for tertiary education and health sectors

07 July 2011

The University of Canterbury is a partner in a unique new collaboration between the Canterbury health sector and tertiary education institutions.


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06 July 2011

The University of Canterbury has increased its scholarship funding for 2012 and beyond by more than one third, with a particular focus on increasing scholarship funding available for first-year undergraduates.


UC forges closer connection with the

06 July 2011

Research and education in botanical studies at the University of Canterbury has been enhanced by the signing of an agreement between the University's School of Biological Sciences and the Christchurch Botanic Gardens.


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