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Massey 3MT Competition

School of English and Media Studies PhD student Sara McBride has won the Wellington leg of the 3 minute thesis competition.  Sara is co-supervised by...Read more

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StudyUp: Online workshops on avoiding plagiarism and critical reasoning

StudyUp sessions next week are as follows:   In your own words: How to avoid plagiarism (What is considered plagiarism at university level,...Read more

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Facing up to industry and landowners with our research findings

It was June 2015 and it was time, time for our Marsden team to come together as a group and time for us to front up to the key stakeholders involved...Read more

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Stimulating discussions

Good to talk about the importance of innovation ecosystems with Iain Lees-Galloway and John Cunliffe yesterday, with Malcolm Wright discussing university...Read more

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National Fieldays_sheepdairy

National Fieldays 2015  was a fascinating first outing for Sheep Dairying.This year we were part of the Massey stand (PE50) and thus went with  Massey's...Read more

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Weblink to the Cornell Research Programme on Self-Injury and Recovery (CRPSIR)

Janis Whitlock is a Research Scientist in the Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research and Director of the Cornell Research Program on Self-Injury...Read more

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EndNote X7 - now available as free download

EndNote X7, the latest version of this software for storing and managing references, is now available at Massey. It offers full synchronisation to...Read more