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Primary industries and Massey Agriculture celebrate student success

Primary industries and Massey Agriculture celebrate student success

This year's top horticulture and agriculture students were recognised in the awards.

Iron deficiency technology takes out top commercialisation award

Iron deficiency technology takes out top commercialisation award

A product that could help some of the 1.6 billion people globally who suffer iron deficiency has won a top award for Massey University scientists who developed it.

Global media demand for Massey political experts

Global media demand for Massey political experts

From analysing the leaders' debates to interpreting the polls and the national mood - Massey's political commentators have been responding to a feverish appetite from international media for insights on Kiwi politics ahead of the October 17 election.

Future foods and alternative proteins the focus of a $3m programme

Future foods and alternative proteins the focus of a $3m programme

Professor Joanne Hort will lead a team of researchers to investigate what consumers do and don't like about alternative proteins.

Massey academics study the Kiwi pandemic response in new major paper

Massey academics study the Kiwi pandemic response in new major paper

Two Massey academics have co-authored a paper exploring New Zealand's response to the pandemic published this week in Lancet Public Health.

Watering down the pain in women

Watering down the pain in women

New research from Massey University's College of Health is testing whether a woman's level of hydration could be affecting her tolerance and sensitivity to pain.

Future foods and alternative proteins the focus of a $3m programme

Future foods and alternative proteins the focus of a $3m programme

Professor Joanne Hort will lead a team of researchers to investigate what consumers do and don't like about alternative proteins.

PhD student creates soil filters to remove phosphorus from wastewater

PhD student creates soil filters to remove phosphorus from wastewater

A team of Massey scientists are working with local councils to help remove phosphorus from wastewater using large filters made of soil.

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NZ’s first entry-level qualifications in facilities management launched

NZ’s first entry-level qualifications in facilities management launched

The first intake of students will begin their studies at Massey University in February 2021.

Students experience supply-chain virtual study tour of Shanghai

Students experience supply-chain virtual study tour of Shanghai

Two lucky MBS AgriCom students were selected to join this years New Zealand food and beverage supply-chain virtual study tour of Shanghai.

Humanities profile strengthened with new school

Humanities profile strengthened with new school

A new grouping of scholars aims to strengthen collaborative research and raise awareness of the social impact of the humanities.

Massey student to co-lead national Māori student body

Massey student to co-lead national Māori student body

Massey student Nkhaya Paulsen-More has been elected as Tumuaki Takirua (co-president) of the National Māori Students Association.

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ELECTION 2020

Global media demand for Massey political experts

Global media demand for Massey political experts

From analysing the leaders' debates to interpreting the polls and the national mood - Massey's political commentators have been responding to a feverish appetite from international media for insights on Kiwi politics ahead of the October 17 election.

What voters across political spectrum agree on…

What voters across political spectrum agree on…

Voters, of course, disagree on all sorts of issues as public policy debates fire up ahead of the October 17 general election - but a survey has found there are plenty of things Kiwis do agree on.

Opinion: Anxiety and the election – voter volatility in pandemic/politics mix

Opinion: Anxiety and the election – voter volatility in pandemic/politics mix

Since the first round of the Stuff/Massey pre-election survey (12-19 July), a lot has happened. National's leader Todd Muller unexpectedly resigned and was promptly replaced by Judith Collins, says political commentator Grant Duncan.

Opinion: Let’s get ahead of ourselves - fast

Opinion: Let’s get ahead of ourselves - fast

The first Stuff/Massey survey in mid-July showed continued strong backing for the Government's COVID-19 response, with 68.4 per cent rating it as "successful" - so what's next?, asks Dr Christopher Galloway.

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Opinion and Features

Global media demand for Massey political experts

Global media demand for Massey political experts

From analysing the leaders' debates to interpreting the polls and the national mood - Massey's political commentators have been responding to a feverish appetite from international media for insights on Kiwi politics ahead of the October 17 election.

Opinion: Attacking courses on critical pedagogy is a strategy of the far right

Opinion: Attacking courses on critical pedagogy is a strategy of the far right

The contempt for the creative arts and media studies expressed by Judith Collins should be read alongside similar such attacks by the far right on critical pedagogy across the globe, says Professor Mohan Dutta.

Linguistics podcast unravels the allure of Ashley

Linguistics podcast unravels the allure of Ashley

A new podcast challenges the idea that linguists inhabit a niche area of scholarship far-removed from everyday concerns.

Tackling the social stigma behind period poverty

Tackling the social stigma behind period poverty

Period poverty is a pressing social issue in New Zealand, says Dr Tracy Morison.

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