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28 March 2012

A recent lecture by Oxford Visiting Fellow Professor Ralph Schroeder (Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford) gave insights into the ways researchers can use the Internet.


On the fast track to a high speed career

27 March 2012

Being a student is the perfect pursuit for Richard Moore who has a need for speed and adrenalin as a leading V8 SuperTourer driver.


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27 March 2012

Two UC students were given a unique opportunity to do their Bachelor of Speech and Language Therapy work placement on a Native Indian reservation in America.


International honour for UC engineer

26 March 2012

Professor Rick Millane (Electrical and Computer Engineering) has become the first New Zealander to be named a Fellow of SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics.


Prioritising conservation needs

23 March 2012

Newly published research, led by a University of Canterbury scientist, could hold the key to prioritising conservation needs in New Zealand and overseas.


Predicting the collapse of pollinators

23 March 2012

Three quarters of the world's food crops require pollination by animals, usually insects, but international research involving University of Canterbury scientist Professor Jason Tylianakis shows that this free service provided by nature is under threat.


Research aims to reduce side effects of cancer treatment

23 March 2012

The painful side effects of cancer treatment, including nausea and hair loss, could be a thing of the past with ground-breaking chemical research being conducted at the University of Canterbury.


Inaugural UC Arts Scholars named

21 March 2012

Twenty talented students have been named as inaugural Arts Scholars as part of a new scholarship programme in the University of Canterbury's College of Arts designed to provide an enhanced learning experience for high achieving arts students.


Confucius Institute opens new resource centre

21 March 2012

The Confucius Institute at the University of Canterbury (CIUC) has opened a new resource centre at the Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology (CPIT).


Union history in the spotlight

16 March 2012

The integral role the New Zealand Seamen's Union played in New Zealand's seafaring industry comes under scrutiny in the latest book from Canterbury University Press.