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06 December 2012

The University of Canterbury has sold its equity stake in high-tech company Arcactive Ltd to a group of existing shareholders for an undisclosed sum.


Work of emerging artists added to UC collection

06 December 2012

Three University of Canterbury fine arts students have had their works selected for UC's large permanent art collection.


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06 December 2012

In light of the Canterbury earthquakes, the importance of robust communication systems has become very clear.


Difference between Christchurch and Washington DC

05 December 2012

A University of Canterbury law intern Seamus Woods who is on a trip of a lifetime working on Capitol Hill, in Washington DC, says there is one significant difference


UC captures CBD aerial images for CERA

05 December 2012

The University of Canterbury has been helping the Christchurch Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) in Christchurch by providing aerial images of the central business district


Cycling, bouldering should be included in rebuild

04 December 2012

Physical activity in the rebuild of Christchurch may be even more important than has been previously realised, a University of Canterbury sports science expert said.


Google flying teachers from all over NZ to UC

04 December 2012

Many of the people who teach computer science to thousands of New Zealand high school students will attend a Google-funded workshop at the University of Canterbury campus.


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04 December 2012

The All Blacks World Cup winning coach Sir Graham Henry and New Zealand's first chief coroner Judge Neil McLean will be awarded University of Canterbury Honorary Doctorates.


Women's quake experiences on digital archive

04 December 2012

Emotional accounts of women's experiences of the Canterbury earthquakes will tomorrow be released online through the University of Canterbury's CEISMIC digital archive.


UC engineering expert helping directly in rebuild

04 December 2012

University of Canterbury's civil and natural resources engineer Professor, Misko Cubrinovski, is helping in the Christchurch rebuild.