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Massey University is New Zealand’s most diverse tertiary institution, defining New Zealand with our excellence and innovation in teaching and research. Our staff are passionate professionals, who contribute to New Zealand and the world in ways that help shape the future for the better. Our graduates help spread that passion in their journey as leaders, creators and generators of new knowledge, technology and wealth.
Massey People is a small insight into the work our people are doing.
Storm Uru is pushing the boundaries of his own life, and encouraging other young New Zealanders to do the same.
When nutritional ecologist Professor David Raubenheimer activates his "out of office" e-mail reply, there is a good chance he is on a field trip dodging danger and difficulty in some far-flung wilderness
Few New Zealanders have any idea how much destruction a moderate-scale volcanic eruption could wreak. Volcanologist Shane Cronin says even a relatively small ash eruption would severely disrupt energy distribution, agriculture and air travel.
It’s not often that scientific research has positive implications for both farmers and environmentalists. But that’s exactly what Massey PhD student Kirsty Hammond’s work is managing to do, with national, and international implications.
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Last updated on Tuesday 16 August 2016