Keep up to date with the latest news and research developments from Victoria University of Wellington.
A group of student clubs at Victoria University of Wellington have joined forces to host Sustainability Week—a series of events to promote sustainability action.
In this year’s annual LUX Light Festival, Te Ao Mārama, Victoria University is represented by two works of light &ndash; Edge of the Universe and Ngā Tautiaki o te Waonui a Tāne.
A binding change to the rules around pre-contractual disclosure is long overdue, writes Dr Bevan Marten, a Senior Lecturer in Victoria University of Wellington's Faculty of Law.
A cost-benefit study published by Victoria University of Wellington and the New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities found that a walking and cycling programme in two New Zealand cities has shown a good return on investment.
Research by Victoria University of Wellington PhD graduate Dr Gillian McCarthy is contributing to the design of new technologies to help adolescents manage diabetes.
The sciences alone will not chart the course to the future, write Victoria University of Wellington Professor of Health Annemarie Jutel and University of Otago Emeritus Professor Douglas Booth.
The Southeast Asia Centre of Asia-Pacific Excellence (SEA CAPE) and the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) have awarded fellowships to five outstanding scholars and business experts from the ASEAN region.
An offence of corporate manslaughter is needed to hold organisations and executives at the highest level accountable for deaths resulting from management failings, writes Dr Stephen Blumenfeld, Director of Victoria University of Wellington's Centre
A Victoria University of Wellington researcher is challenging the idea of Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) as an objective and apolitical tool.