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Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington Associate Professor Bridget Stocker has received a significant funding boost for vaccine research that has potential to help with diseases ranging from bowel cancer to COVID-19.
Seismic wave-speeds have revealed part of an ancient volcanic &ldquo;superplume&rdquo; beneath New Zealand, highlighting connections between the Earth’s deep interior and the surface we live on.
In 2015, Lecretia Seales went to the High Court to seek a ruling that would allow a doctor to assist her to die with her consent; in September, the End of Life Choice Act will give us all the opportunity to vote in a referendum to allow assisted
A Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington researcher has played a crucial role in an international project to improve radiation treatments for cancer.
As New Zealand emerges from the last of lockdown and begins to look beyond our borders again, let’s not forget the vital role language skills play in strengthening our economic, political and cultural connections to the rest of the world,
Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington lecturer Dr Sadat Muaiava is driven by a fascination with how Samoan words are created, used, change meaning, and become obsolete.
Simply changing the Civil Aviation Authority's chair is not necessarily going to solve the organisational problems at play, writes Lola Toppin-Casserly.
The COVID-19 lockdown has been a chance to examine the nature on our doorstep and to think about what its future might be, write Associate Professor James Beattie and Professor Bruce Clarkson.