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17 October 2013

Chemicals from every day household products are increasingly being detected in the environment.

UC student to trial blades

16 October 2013

A 19-year-old University of Canterbury (UC) commerce student, Liam Malone, who lost both legs at the age of two, will trial his new running-blades for the first time on Friday

UC investigation into anti-tumour activities

16 October 2013

A University of Canterbury (UC) postgraduate student has been researching the anti-tumour effects of resveratrol and pterostilbene on ovarian cancer cells.

Researcher looking at impacts of intensive farming

15 October 2013

A group of University of Canterbury (UC) postgraduate students is investigating changes in soil carbon on intensive dairy farms.

Cadmium-free potatoes may one day be possibility

15 October 2013

Cadmium-free potatoes, with the help of the research team at the University of Canterbury (UC), may one day help to allay another possible food safety scare.

UC rugby league expert backs Williams

14 October 2013

A University of Canterbury (UC) Maori lecturer and academic rugby league expert has backed World Cup winning All Black Sonny Bill Williams's.

Lorde a prime example of following her own heart

14 October 2013

New Zealand's teenage singing sensation Lorde is a prime example of following her own potential in her way rather than sticking to the education curriculum.

Postgraduate students outline their research

11 October 2013

More than 80 postgraduate students will present their research and findings at the University of Canterbury (UC) annual biology conference on campus next week (October 17).

National Lifeline Week at UC in December

10 October 2013

University of Canterbury (UC) is becoming a national strategic hub for applied research targeting resilience enhancement for lifeline infrastructures.

Seeking the link between a virus and breast cancer

10 October 2013

A University of Canterbury (UC) led research team is studying to see if there is a strong link between breast cancer and a virus.