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Scientists are looking to cat owners for solutions to reduce the environmental impact of their pets on native wildlife.
Research carried out at Victoria University of Wellington indicates that homosexuality was prevalent in the early Christian Roman Empire, contrary to what historians have previously believed.
The following commentary is provided by Dr Wayne Linklater, an associate professor of conservation science and Director of the Centre for Biodiversity and Restoration Ecology at Victoria University of Wellington.
Wellingtonians have an opportunity to look beneath the ocean’s surface when Victoria University’s state-of-the-art marine laboratory opens its doors to the public on Saturday 7 March.
The following commentary by Robert Ayson, Professor of Strategic Studies at Victoria University of Wellington, was based on a talk to a Diplosphere forum at Parliament House and published in the New Zealand Herald on Thursday 26 February 2015.
The tuatara population on Hauturu ō Toi/Little Barrier Island may be recovering, according to results from a recent survey carried out with help from Victoria University of Wellington researchers.
A professor of comparative politics from Victoria University of Wellington will examine methods of resolving conflict in deeply divided societies, in his upcoming inaugural lecture.
Due to unfavourable weather conditions the New Student Welcome at Kelburn Park scheduled to start today at 12.30pm has been cancelled. There is no postponement date for this event.
A lecture about the work of Alan Turing, often dubbed the father of modern computing and the subject of the film The Imitation Game, will be given at Victoria University of Wellington this week.