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A new model, developed by a Victoria University of Wellington PhD student, could help to more accurately predict how Antarctica’s ice sheets will respond to a warming world and impact global sea level rise.
On the 30th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, leading international experts will join the New Zealand children's rights community for a two-day symposium at Victoria University of Wellington on 19 and 20 August.
As power poles age throughout the decades, the danger of them failing increases—and so, too, does the risk of electrocutions and power outages. Lines companies are not always able to predict when poles are about to fail—a problem that
Buddhist New Zealanders are at one of the scale and Evangelical Christians the other, writes Dr Simon Chapple, Director of Victoria University of Wellington's Institute for Governance and Policy Studies.
Victoria University of Wellington's Institute for Governance and Policy Studies wanted to check if the terror attacks in Christchurch achieved an aim of sowing distrust and suspicion in society, and its findings are bad news for the perpetrator,
Victoria University of Wellington criminologist Dr Fiona Hutton laments that to gain a glimmer of positivity New Zealand has had to enact ineffective ‘get tough’ measures instead of being truly transformative.
Curved scratches in rock faces may give clues to where big quakes could strike next, a study led by Victoria University of Wellington Master’s student Jesse Kearse has shown.
A Victoria University of Wellington researcher, and a Master’s student have won awards at the 2019 KiwiNet Research Commercialisation Awards. These awards are designed to recognise and celebrate impact from science through successful research
The Christchurch mosque shootings have been described as New Zealand’s darkest day, but did the attack change the way New Zealanders trust each other and their institutions?