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Human-animal studies expert criticises Crusaders

08 August 2014

A University of Canterbury expert on human-animal relations has criticised Crusaders rugby players shooting wild animals in Africa.


Aid and diplomacy work on cards for law student

07 August 2014

A UC law student, who worked with families in Malawi earlier this year, is seeking to carry out international aid and diplomacy work when she finishes her degree.


Can cancer screening harm as well as benefit?

07 August 2014

A leading New Zealand researcher will give a public lecture next week on cancer screening.


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06 August 2014

UC research has not just confirmed rugby is a tough game but has found ways to help coaches and medical staff manage players' recovery and training.


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05 August 2014

UC will soon be the new home of a large sculpture of national significance, which was once displayed in the centre of Christchurch.


Study to help children with ADHD

04 August 2014

A UC PhD student is investigating micronutrients to see if they can help children with ADHD, and improve their social skills and cognitive functions.


World Press Photo Exhibition opens at UC

01 August 2014

The World Press Photo Exhibition opens in Christchurch for the first time this weekend.


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01 August 2014

A leading New Zealand communication disorders researcher who has improved the quality of life of patients has won the University of Canterbury's Innovation Medal for 2014.


UC student launches clothing label website

31 July 2014

A University of Canterbury international business and law student has launched a New Zealand clothing label website aimed at female rural wear.


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30 July 2014

Support from partners, husbands, wives and spouses softened the impacts of depression following the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes, University of Canterbury research has found.