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A team of volcanologists will leave on a trip of a lifetime next month when they undertake a four-month expedition exploring over 15 volcanoes along the South American Andes.
A recent report asking Are Australia and New Zealand corrupt? has once again highlighted that New Zealand faces a more significant risk of corruption than is commonly acknowledged, writes the director of Victoria's Institute for Governance and Policy Studies Michael Macaulay.
Examining the best ways to minimise the bycatch of protected species in fishing operations will be the subject of PhD research by a Victoria University of Wellington graduate, who has been awarded a prestigious Commonwealth Scholarship to study at the University of Oxford.
Victoria University Press author David Coventry’s debut novel—The Invisible Mile—is to be published by United Kingdom-based publisher, Picador.
A symposium focused on women and architecture will be hosted by Victoria University of Wellington this week.
Light is all around us and in everything we do and use. One of the more technological uses for light will be the topic of an upcoming public lecture at Victoria University of Wellington.
Dr Nicola Gaston comments on an evaluation of the Marsden Fund carried out by Motu Economic and Public Policy Research Institute.
Victoria University of Wellington Professor David Harper has challenged the view that humans stand above other species.