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22 July 2013

The University of Canterbury is partnering with Fisher and Paykel Healthcare to help people who have severe or critical breathing difficulties.


Alcohol's toll should be compared to other risks

18 July 2013

The toxic perils of drinking alcohol need to be compared with other life risks, University of Canterbury toxicology expert Professor Ian Shaw says.


US astronaut describes first mission into space

17 July 2013

An American astronaut, who will visit the University of Canterbury later this year, has described her first mission into space.


Toll roads the best option for Auckland

17 July 2013

A UC economics expert believes road tolls are the best option for Auckland, as long as it is possible to identify users and the transactions costs of collection are not high.


Research into performing better in the workplace

16 July 2013

New research from the University of Canterbury could revolutionise how people are trained for jobs.


UC student wins Asia-Pacific business competition

16 July 2013

A University of Canterbury fourth year business student, Nicole Van Dugteren, is one of six Asia-Pacific winners in the Australian-organised Naked CEO Boardroom competition.


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15 July 2013

University of Canterbury biological sciences postgraduate student Olivia Johnston has received the Sir Robertson Stewart Scholarship for 2013.


Increasing open road speed limit has pros and cons

15 July 2013

Increasing the open road speed limit in New Zealand would have positive and negative effects, and it is important to assess and balance them thoroughly.


UC classics PhD student wins Scholarship

15 July 2013

A University of Canterbury classics PhD student has won the Edward Gibbon Wakefield Scholarship.


Blood sugar levels of ICU patients studied

15 July 2013

A University of Canterbury PhD student is researching the control of blood sugar levels of adult patients and neo-natal babies in hospital intensive care units.