Keep up to date with the latest news and research developments from Victoria University of Wellington.
Reframing the Cambridge Analytica/Facebook scandal as mass surveillance demands we recognise these practices as structural, not individual, issues, writes Dr Kathleen Kuehn from Victoria University's Media Studies programme.
Victoria University climate change scientist Professor James Renwick welcomes the Government's ending of new permits for offshore oil and gas exploration.
Artificially created solid materials that act like fluids may sound like the stuff of science fiction, but this is the topic explored in the winning video entry for Victoria University’s annual Summer Gold Competition.
Going cold tech turkey is worth the risks, writes Alex Beattie from Victoria University's Media Studies programme.
Designers need only look to European examples to meet the Government's desire for high-density housing, writes Dr Morten Gjerde, Head of Victoria University's School of Architecture.
Victoria research reveals a focus on managing complaints rather than preventing bullying in the first place
Dr Amanda Reilly from Victoria's School of Accounting and Commercial Law suggests options to tackle New Zealand's 'profoundly depressing' gender inequality in the workplace.
Professor Tim Naish from Victoria's Antarctic Research Centre tells the second University co-hosted Pacific Climate Change Conference about 'the elephant in the room'.
A study of 1,600 students highlights shortcomings in learning, write researchers in Victoria's School of Education.