23 February 2016
University of Canterbury Professor in Earthquake Engineering Brendon Bradley has, using UC's Blue Gene supercomputer, simulated the ground shaking from the 14 February quake.
19 February 2016
University of Canterbury academics are taking leading roles in the new government science challenge to improve health and education outcomes for New Zealand's children.
19 February 2016
An investment of $4.75 million for 18 new Global Research Partnerships was announced by MBIE, with nearly $1 million going to projects lead by UC.
18 February 2016
Former University of Canterbury student Tumama Tu'ulua is on the cusp of fulfilling an international rugby dream after an invitation to play for the Samoa A rugby squad.
17 February 2016
The University of Canterbury's Vice-Chancellor Dr Rod Carr and Lincoln University's Acting Vice-Chancellor Dr John Hay sign a new Waterways Centre agreement.
16 February 2016
New research involving the University of Canterbury funded by the Earthquake Commission will improve understanding of volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, and building design.
12 February 2016
Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory researchers have spotted gravitational waves - UC Physics Professor David Wiltshire explains what it means for us.
11 February 2016
International software company Wynyard Group is sending more of its staff to UC this year, after seeing the benefits of UC's leadership training.
10 February 2016
Canterbury's universities are pooling their resources to give students a wide range of skills to help manage the after-effects of natural disasters.
05 February 2016
UC Innovators' Summer Start-Up Programme has announced the winning student ventures, coinciding with the official opening of the UC Centre for Entrepreneurship.