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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.
Research by Victoria University of Wellington PhD graduate Taitusi Taufa has found new medicinal properties in marine sponges collected from Tongan waters, including several unique anti-cancer compounds.
This week saw the first graduates from the Master’s in Meteorology cross the stage at a Victoria University of Wellington graduation ceremony.
The Labour-New Zealand First-Green Government plans to spend almost $1000 more per head in real terms by the end of 2021 compared with the 2017 Budget plan set by the previous National-led Government, with the largest shares of this sum going to
New research by Victoria University of Wellington PhD student Melissa Welsh has the potential to transform New Zealand’s dairy industry by improving the traceability of products moving through the supply chain.
New research from Victoria University of Wellington reveals that fear and funding are the major obstacles stopping the early childhood education (ECE) sector from visiting New Zealand’s many art museums and galleries.
Victoria University of Wellington researchers explore neighbourhood action's role in achieving the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals.