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New Adjunct Professor appointment at the Riddet Institute

Professor Barbara Burlingame has been appointed as an Adjunct Professor by the Riddet Institute in recognition of her professional achievements and leadership in public health nutrition and food systems.

Massey whānau represented at 2022 Winter Olympics

Six freeskiing and snowboarding athletes with Massey connections recently took part in the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.

Agrifood Digital Lab and the NZ Product Accelerator announce hub for Palmerston North

Massey University's AgriFood Digital Lab (MAFDL) is partnering with the NZ Product Accelerator (NZPA) to form a new hub in Palmerston North.

Grasshoppers show how alpine fauna will be lost as global temperatures rise

New research indicates anthropogenic climate change will result in a quarter of Aotearoa New Zealand's alpine grasshopper species becoming extinct.

Joint dairy research facility in Manawatū boosts on-farm research

Work is close to completion on the Dairy 4 Farm, after Massey partnered with AgResearch to boost on-farm research capability and facilities in the lower North Island.

New research calls for consistent guidance during euthanasia of stranded cetaceans

New research reviewing the standard operating procedures for euthanasia of stranded cetaceans across Australasia has highlighted the need for more detailed guidance and consistency.

PHD student brings culinary delight to the pet food industry

Animal Science PhD candidate Pavinee Watson gives us an insight into her Massey journey.

Research reveals new insights into the biology of New Zealand's pilot whales

New biological insights into mass strandings of long-finned pilot whales has just been published in the Journal of Mammalogy.

Food technology graduate makes a splash in the beverage industry

Growing up on a dairy farm, food technology alumna Margie Hunt originally enrolled in a forensic science degree at Auckland University before realising her true passion.

Study and scholarships lead to global exchanges and experience for Massey graduate

Growing up on a dairy farm, Caitlyn Poole always knew she wanted to work in the agriculture industry.

Senior lecturer wins Lecturer of the Year Award on Auckland campus

A senior lecturer from Massey University's School of Built Environment has taken out the top prize at this year's Auckland Students' Association Lecturer of the Year (LOTY) Award, held last week.

Massey staff awarded doctorates

Eight Massey University staff are among the graduands to have received doctoral degrees this summer.

New research focuses on connection between humans, gorillas and diseases in Uganda

New research suggests cross-species transmission of pathogens is intimately linked to human and environmental health, meaning areas with poor or challenging living conditions may be particularly susceptible to endemic and emerging diseases.

Massey delivering online learning to help Liberia battle emerging infectious diseases

The Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa killed thousands of citizens including doctors, nurses and midwives and now Massey is helping to design and facilitate online training for staff in Liberia so they can better understand emerging infectious diseases.

Horticulture students in top three of international Student Food Marketing Challenge

A team of Massey University horticulture students have placed in the top three of the Student Food Marketing Challenge 2021.

Massey announces top agricultural students

Prizes have been announced for the undergraduate agricultural and horticultural students who have excelled in the past year.

Brushing up on possums

A Massey University study has investigated the unrestricted gene i!ow between two subspecies of translocated brushtail possums in Aotearoa New Zealand. The findings are significant to New Zealand's goal of being predator free by 2050.

New research reveals emerging environmental contaminants of concern in NZ dolphins

Scientists have revealed emerging environmental contaminants of concern within New Zealand dolphins, with similar pollution levels to Japan.

Massey professor advising the Ministry of Health in fight against COVID-19

Helping to identify where and how mystery cases of COVID-19 have been caught in the community has been a focus for epidemiologist Professor Nigel French who is a member of the Ministry of Health's COVID-19 technical advisory group.

Navigating the waves of tertiary study

Clocking up thousands of nautical miles and traversing oceans whilst serving fulltime in the Royal New Zealand Navy has not deterred Leading Electronic Technician Ryan Langford from working towards a degree.

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New Adjunct Professor appointment at the Riddet Institute

Professor Barbara Burlingame has been appointed as an Adjunct Professor by the Riddet Institute in recognition of her professional achievements and leadership in public health nutrition and food systems.

Massey whānau represented at 2022 Winter Olympics

Six freeskiing and snowboarding athletes with Massey connections recently took part in the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.

Agrifood Digital Lab and the NZ Product Accelerator announce hub for Palmerston North

Massey University's AgriFood Digital Lab (MAFDL) is partnering with the NZ Product Accelerator (NZPA) to form a new hub in Palmerston North.

Grasshoppers show how alpine fauna will be lost as global temperatures rise

New research indicates anthropogenic climate change will result in a quarter of Aotearoa New Zealand's alpine grasshopper species becoming extinct.

Joint dairy research facility in Manawatū boosts on-farm research

Work is close to completion on the Dairy 4 Farm, after Massey partnered with AgResearch to boost on-farm research capability and facilities in the lower North Island.

New research calls for consistent guidance during euthanasia of stranded cetaceans

New research reviewing the standard operating procedures for euthanasia of stranded cetaceans across Australasia has highlighted the need for more detailed guidance and consistency.

PHD student brings culinary delight to the pet food industry

Animal Science PhD candidate Pavinee Watson gives us an insight into her Massey journey.

Research reveals new insights into the biology of New Zealand's pilot whales

New biological insights into mass strandings of long-finned pilot whales has just been published in the Journal of Mammalogy.

Food technology graduate makes a splash in the beverage industry

Growing up on a dairy farm, food technology alumna Margie Hunt originally enrolled in a forensic science degree at Auckland University before realising her true passion.

Study and scholarships lead to global exchanges and experience for Massey graduate

Growing up on a dairy farm, Caitlyn Poole always knew she wanted to work in the agriculture industry.

Senior lecturer wins Lecturer of the Year Award on Auckland campus

A senior lecturer from Massey University's School of Built Environment has taken out the top prize at this year's Auckland Students' Association Lecturer of the Year (LOTY) Award, held last week.

Massey staff awarded doctorates

Eight Massey University staff are among the graduands to have received doctoral degrees this summer.

New research focuses on connection between humans, gorillas and diseases in Uganda

New research suggests cross-species transmission of pathogens is intimately linked to human and environmental health, meaning areas with poor or challenging living conditions may be particularly susceptible to endemic and emerging diseases.

Massey delivering online learning to help Liberia battle emerging infectious diseases

The Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa killed thousands of citizens including doctors, nurses and midwives and now Massey is helping to design and facilitate online training for staff in Liberia so they can better understand emerging infectious diseases.

Horticulture students in top three of international Student Food Marketing Challenge

A team of Massey University horticulture students have placed in the top three of the Student Food Marketing Challenge 2021.

Massey announces top agricultural students

Prizes have been announced for the undergraduate agricultural and horticultural students who have excelled in the past year.

Brushing up on possums

A Massey University study has investigated the unrestricted gene i!ow between two subspecies of translocated brushtail possums in Aotearoa New Zealand. The findings are significant to New Zealand's goal of being predator free by 2050.

New research reveals emerging environmental contaminants of concern in NZ dolphins

Scientists have revealed emerging environmental contaminants of concern within New Zealand dolphins, with similar pollution levels to Japan.

Massey professor advising the Ministry of Health in fight against COVID-19

Helping to identify where and how mystery cases of COVID-19 have been caught in the community has been a focus for epidemiologist Professor Nigel French who is a member of the Ministry of Health's COVID-19 technical advisory group.

Navigating the waves of tertiary study

Clocking up thousands of nautical miles and traversing oceans whilst serving fulltime in the Royal New Zealand Navy has not deterred Leading Electronic Technician Ryan Langford from working towards a degree.

Congress is Finally Taking UFOs Seriously, 50 Years After Its Last Hearing on the Mysterious Subject

Whether you call them UFOs or UAPs, they're still a mystery

Astronomers Capture First Image of Supermassive Black Hole at the Center of our Galaxy

A cosmic beast sits still for a picture

Scientists Grow Plants in Soil from the Moon. Lunar Farming Could Be Next.

A breakthrough experiment could open the way to lunar farming

Climate Change Will Make Droughts Longer, More Common, Says UN

aWe need to steer towards the solutions rather than continuing with destructive actions"

Earth has a 50% Chance of Hitting Key 1.5AdegC Warming Threshold in the Next 5 Years

aWeare going to see continued warming in line with what is expected with climate change"

More Cosmic Saber-Rattling From Russiaas Space Boss

Dmitry Rogozin, head of Roscosmos, says his country will dissolve its partnership in space with the U.S. over Western sanctions

Early Transgender Identity Tends to Endure, a New Study Suggests

The new study is one of the largest to look into the issue of childhood transgender identity and its longevity

NASAas Far-Flung Space Fleet Is Getting a Few Extra Years to Explore the Cosmos

Eight lucky spacecraft will get to press on

Physicist and Author Carlo Rovelli Would Like to Explain the Universe to You

It’s a very good thing Carlo Rovelli did not get eaten by a bear in 1976—though even he admits it would have been his own fault. Camping alone in western Canada, he decided to save the money it would have cost him to pitch his tent in a designated area, and picked instead a wilder…

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Naloxone helps prevent opioid deaths. Here's how to find and use it

The state and L.A. County have worked hard to make Naloxone more widely available. One of the hurdles, though, has been the price of the inhalable version, Narcan.


'They're not trying to die': How drug checking aims to protect users in a messy market

Overdoses claimed some 107,000 lives last year in the U.S. Public health advocates, researchers and activists want to help people find out what is in their drugs.


Q&A: Talking God, science and religion with theoretical physicist Frank Wilczek

As a theoretical physicist, Wilczek has been peeking under the hood of our perceived reality for more than 50 years now.


More free COVID rapid tests are available. Here's how to get yours

The Biden administration announced Tuesday that each U.S. household can order eight free at-home test kits, on top of the eight previously made available.


Photos of the 'blood moon' lunar eclipse from SoCal and around the world

The moon was eclipsed for about 1A1/2 hours, one of the longest totalities of the decade.


U.S. reaches 1 million COVID deaths a and the virus isn't done with us

The milestone is an indelible reminder of the awful toll that the disease has taken and continues to take.


With old-school technology, can Novavax win over COVID vaccine skeptics?

Newfangled COVID-19 vaccines have left many people yearning for an old-school alternative. The one from Novavax could fit that bill.


Q&A: She discovered the black hole at the center of our galaxy. This week, she finally saw it

UCLA astronomer Andrea Ghez explains the remarkable photo of Sagittarius A*, the black hole at the center of the Milky Way.


Astronomers produce the first image of the black hole at the heart of our Milky Way galaxy

Astronomers have unveiled the first image of the supermassive black hole at the center of our Milky Way galaxy.


A guide to help you keep track of all the Omicron subvariants

The Omicron strain of the coronavirus keeps generating new subvariants. Here's a look at how they stack up.


There's a lot at stake for the CDC in the mask mandate appeal

The CDC's mask requirement for travelers isn't likely to come back anytime soon, but the stakes for the government's legal appeal are still huge.


A drought so bad it exposed a long-ago homicide. Getting the water back will be harder than ever

The added heat from global warming has made drought-stricken lands extra-dry. It will take more precipitation than usual to end it.


Op-Ed: Is that pain you feel all in your head?

Mind and body are both implicated when your body hurts. Recognizing the connection is crucial to treating pain.


What a dog's breed can, and can't, tell you about its behavior

A genetic study involving more than 2,100 pet dogs finds that breed alone is a poor predictor of your pooch's behavior.


How many California lives were saved by COVID-19 vaccines? Scientists have an answer

Over 10 months, COVID-19 vaccines prevented more than 1.5 million infections and about 20,000 deaths in California, a new study estimates.


CDC's top COVID doctor explains how travelers can reduce risk in a mask-optional world

The CDC's chief medical officer has advice for travelers looking to stay safe when people around them have ditched their masks.


Texas reminded motorists to drive safely. It didn't work out as planned

A well-intentioned campaign to boost driver safety in Texas wound up leading to a slight increase in car crashes.


Q&A: How a Florida judge's mask ruling could cause problems in the next pandemic

The ruling abruptly halted one of the pandemic's most hotly contested public health measures. Its implications may be long-lasting.


Russia's Ukraine invasion has escalated a brewing battle over space

Friction with Russia sparked by its invasion of Ukraine has seeped into space, exacerbating tensions over the rules of behavior there and halting negotiations over space weapons.


You're sneezing and coughing. Is that allergies or COVID?

There are a few telltale differences between spring allergy symptoms and a COVID-19 infection. But if you're fully vaccinated, the line can get blurry.


Column: The end of the world is coming, even if you've heard it all before

Did you skip it? The United Nations' climate change panel just delivered more proof of our stubborn, catastrophic climate passivity.


The avian soap opera unfolding atop this Berkeley bell tower has humans riveted

Nesting in UC Berkeley's bell tower, peregrine falcons Annie and Grinnell always seemed to soar above the world of human drama. In the last year, all that changed.


California adults who live with a gun owner face twice the risk of death by homicide

A new study of California shootings finds that people who live with gun owners are twice as likely to die by homicide.


How many COVID deaths are 'acceptable'? Answer is key to moving to a post-pandemic world

Deciding how many Americans we are willing to let die of COVID-19 each year is necessary to put the pandemic behind us.


Careful, cannabis users: Bongs may create more secondhand smoke than cigarettes

Smoking a bong creates concentrations of fine particulate matter four times greater than a cigarette or hookah, the UC Berkeley study found.


Q&A: I'm eligible for a second COVID-19 booster shot. Should I get it?

The FDA and CDC offered little guidance about who should get the newly authorized second COVID-19 booster shot. We break it down.


What is aphasia? Behind the brain disorder that has affected Bruce Willis

Legendary "Die Hard" and "Pulp Fiction" star Bruce Willis will end his acting career after being diagnosed with aphasia.


Russia spread anti-vax lies in Ukraine. Will it cause a COVID crisis for Europe?

With unvaccinated refugees from Ukraine pouring into other countries, health officials hope to avert outbreaks of COVID-19 and other diseases.


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