Our academics share their insights into topical issues facing our society.
Learn about two student projects that are tackling climate change head-on with innovative approaches set to reduce architecture's carbon footprint.
Learn about the global uprising and call for justice and liberation for Black lives, and what the movement means for us in Aotearoa.
What makes a good game and why are they so engaging. This lecture looks at the essence of a computer game and the psychology and technology of engagement.
Covid-19 has impacted the tourism industry significantly. Does this mean that tourism as we know it has come to an end?
Dr Dave Wilson from New Zealand School of Music—Te Kōkī discusses how learning about music from around the world is a deeply transformative experience.
How to dress up a digital body? Find out about the costume production workflow in game development and digital costume methods used at a game studio.
Dr Chris Bowden reveals that a key aspect of young New Zealand men’s experiences of suicide bereavement is ubiquitous silence.
AI is taking over our lives subtly. What are the ethics around using AI for tasks like recognising people or deciding who gets a job interview?
Learn about various health-promoting behaviours such as physical activity, nutrition, and sleep, and how we can change our behaviours for the better.
Find clarity through the elegance of mathematics and how the power of patterns can help us to unlock potentials and even reveal the secrets of beauty itself.
This lecture critically examines the problems with the rough sex defence and places the concerns in an understanding of violence against women and rape culture.
AProf Rebecca Priestley, from the Centre for Science in Society, examines the key role that science communication has played in the global response to COVID-19.
We usually think criminal law is for punishing people who intentionally did something wrongful. But what does it mean to study the law? Dr Zoe Prebble explains.