Keep up to date with the latest news and research developments from Victoria University of Wellington.
New Zealand should add to its proud legacy of moral leadership and support a ban on lethal autonomous weapons systems, write artificial intelligence experts Professor Michael Winikoff, Professor Stephen Cranefield and Associate Professor Alistair
Food provides tourists with a deeper insight into the places they are visiting, write Victoria University of Wellington's Dr Eerang Park and Associate Professor Ian Yeoman ahead of their Wellington on a Plate event.
Adam Art Gallery Te Pātaka Toi at Victoria University of Wellington is proud to present two concurrent exhibitions that examine spiritual connections to place and bring precious taonga to public view for the first time.
The University’s new Clubs space was officially declared open on Thursday 18 July by Vice-Chancellor Professor Grant Guilford, who noted: &ldquo;this new space is an important step in recognising that student club leaders need a central space
As we mark the 50th anniversary of man landing on the moon, Dr Nick Long, Director of Victoria University of Wellington's Robinson Research Institute, reflects on what that's meant for New Zealand and considers the space 'gold rush' ahead.
Dr Ben Walker from Victoria University of Wellington's School of Management and Dr Dan Caprar from the University of Sydney look at the effects of society's pervasive pressures to excel.
Dr Dougal Sutherland from the School of Psychology asks why we learn reading and writing at school but not the equally important skills of emotional awareness and management.
Popular readings series Writers on Mondays returns to Wellington from 22 July, featuring a stunning array of local, national, and international writers.
Invasive species including plants, insects and birds are a big problem in the Pacific, affecting the health of people and the environment and even driving people from their homes and land. In the drive to help Pacific communities manage this threat,