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sharmistha and shuva chowdhury both graduated with phds this week, joining more than 2,800 students in the university’s biggest-ever graduation week.
thursday’s graduation parade is going ahead at 12.30 pm but please carry rather than wear your trenchers, and you are welcome to bring an umbrella.
the university continues to respond to covid-19 according to government protocols.
discover where postgraduate study can take you. register to attend our information session on thursday 14 january 2021.
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what is the price of not responding to the climate crisis? professor ilan noy is calculating the cost of climate change and how to manage the economic impacts.
can any of us have a reasonable expectation of privacy in an age of mobile phones, drones and the internet?
teleportation has been a dream of science fiction and scientists alike. dr taehyun rhee and his team are blending the real and the virtual to make it a reality.
a documentary following fresh water ecologist dr mike joy as he researches nitrate impacts and seeks to convert scientific knowledge into demonstrable action.
antarctica, sea level rise and the climate-related research of professor tim naish are the focus of this documentary.
a documentary about professor catherine iorns, who is researching and using legal means to tackle environmental degradation.
we are new zealand’s number one university for intensity of high-quality research and consistently rank among the world’s best universities.