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Professor Charlotte Macdonald tests your knowledge with ten questions on New Zealand’s nineteenth-century history.
Extreme and unpredictable weather seen around the world in 2019 will get worse as ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica continue to melt, according to an international research collaboration published in Nature today—and researchers say
A new study shows approximately one third of cases of pregnant women admitted to intensive care units and high dependency units in New Zealand had potentially preventable severe illnesses (often referred to as severe maternal morbidity or SMM).
A study co-authored by Victoria University of Wellington has shown the way in which online standard form contracts are drafted often makes them unreadable for the average consumer.
Developing musical robots that can listen to themselves play is helping to realise a future filled with unique acoustic music.
Farmed fish dying and a grape harvest weeks early were just two of the effects, write climate change experts Professor James Renwick from Victoria University of Wellington and Dr Jim Salinger from the University of Tasmania.
Is there a link between nitrate levels and high bowel cancer rates, ask Dr Mike Joy, Senior Researcher in Victoria University of Wellington's Institute for Governance and Policy Studies, and Michael Baker, Professor of Public Health at the
Professor and first Head of School for Biological Science and full-time Dean of Science at Victoria University of Wellington, Dr John Wells, died on November 12 2018, aged 83.
Victoria University of Wellington is encouraging returning students experiencing accommodation difficulties because of high demand on rental properties to contact the University to discuss short- and long-term options in its own accommodation.