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Key speaker will talk from tragic experience

13 November 2014

A mother who lost her 12 year old daughter in a car crash this year will give a keynote talk about resilience at the second annual New Zealand tertiary engagement summit at UC


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13 November 2014

UC's CEISMIC Canterbury Earthquake digital archive last night won the Open Source in Social Services award at the New Zealand Open Source Awards ceremony.


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12 November 2014

UC biological sciences research student Edward Marks has made a fresh discovery into heart disease issues, which has earned him an award for scientific innovation.


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12 November 2014

A University of Canterbury master of engineering management (MEM) student is producing an app to help a large consulting company improve their health and safety systems.


UC electric vehicles featuring at Evolocity

11 November 2014

UC will have many of its electric vehicles featuring in Evolocity, the first event of its kind in New Zealand, at Ruapuna, Christchurch, later this month.


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10 November 2014

A University of Canterbury researcher is heading a project which has received a $345,000 Marsden grant to look at short-term glacier behaviour in critical areas of Antarctica.


Shape-shifting molecules

10 November 2014

A UC research project is investigating the impact of large molecular cages trapping small molecules within them to help improve drug delivery methods and medical diagnoses.


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07 November 2014

A UC postgraduate student will present his project findings to industry in Christchurch later this month following his research into the potential benefits of Project Loon.


Role of post-earthquake social services studied

07 November 2014

A newly released book by a UC academic examines the experiences of workers and managers from a broad array of human service organisations in post-earthquake Christchurch.


UC researcher receives $345,000 for research

06 November 2014

A University of Canterbury researcher has received $345,000 in Marsden funding to investigate the primary deficit in stuttering.