Keep up to date with the latest news and research developments from Victoria University of Wellington.
From tax incentives to cash grants, 'price signals' are the key to increasing the uptake of electric vehicles in New Zealand, writes Victoria University of Wellington Professor of Taxation Lisa Marriott.
A research collaboration is proposing an alternative to Predator Free 2050, calling the current policy &ldquo;badly designed and unachievable&rdquo;.
A business proposal to distribute portable solar chargers to tertiary students in Nigeria has won a team led by a Victoria University of Wellington student the top award in the Global Enterprise Experience (GEE) business competition for 2018.
Associate Professor Rebecca Priestley from Victoria University of Wellington’s Science and Society group has today been made a Companion by the Royal Society Te Apārangi.
New Zealand's military lacks the resources to do all that is expected of it, writes Dr Van Jackson from Victoria University of Wellington's Centre for Strategic Studies.
The report into law firm Russell McVeagh is a model of frankness and it would be good to see similar acts of frankness elsewhere, such as in the public sector, writes Dr Geoff Plimmer from Victoria University of Wellington's School of Management.
A Victoria University of Wellington study is investigating how the internet and cellphones, particularly social media, affect mothers connecting with their newborn babies.
Victoria University of Wellington's Senior Lecturer in Art History, Dr Peter Brunt has co-curated the United Kingdom's first major show to explore Oceanic art, at London's Royal Academy of Arts.
When it comes to reducing emissions, students show more foresight than the Let's Get Wellington Moving initiative, say Professorial Research Fellow Brenda Vale and former Professorial Research Fellow Robert Vale from Victoria University of Wellington