Q-West Boat Builders wins four awards at the Massey University Business Awards
- Massey University's initiative in preventing pandemics in Asia. // BioSpectrum;Oct2014, Vol. 12 Issue 10, p44
The article focuses on the completion of a four-year campaign by the New Zealand's Massey University that focuses on how to prevent the occurrence of pandemics in the region.
- Biodiversity research aided by rapid pollen ID. // Ecos;Feb/Mar2011, Issue 159, p8
The article reports on the automated system microscope developed by Massey University in New Zealand that will help scientists to understand the role of flowering plants in climate change and deforestation.
- POET'S CORNER. Upperton, Tim // North & South;Feb2010, Issue 287, p102
The article profiles Massey University creative writing tutor Tim Upperton in his experimentation with different forms of poetry.
- OVER 100 ENTRIES FOR FOOD AWARDS. // Restaurant & Catering News;Aug2013, Vol. 6 Issue 8, p25
The article discusses the 2013 New Zealand Food Awards sponsored by Massey University which attracted more than 100 entries in Auckland.
- MASSEY UNIVERSITY TE ARA HIHIKO - COLLEGE OF CREATIVE ARTS, WELLINGTON BY ATHFIELD ARCHITECTS. // Architecture New Zealand;May/Jun2014, Issue 3, p50
The article evaluates the architectural design of Massey University Te Ara Hihiko College of Creative Arts located in Auckland, New Zealand that has received the 2014 New Zealand Architect Awards and has been designed by Katherine Dean, Chris Winwood and John Hardwick-Smith of Athfield Architects.
- MASSEY UNIVERSITY TE ARA HIHIKO - COLLEGE OF CREATIVE ARTS, WELLINGTON BY ATHFIELD ARCHITECTS. // Architecture New Zealand;May/Jun2014, Issue 3, p61
The article evaluates the sustainable interior design of Massey University Te Ara Hihiko College of Creative Arts located in Wellington, New Zealand that has received 2014 New Zealand Architecture Award and has been designed by architects Katherine Dean and Chris Winwood of Athfield Architects.
- Weeds no problem. Harrington, Kerry // New Zealand Dairy Exporter;May2012, Vol. 87 Issue 10, p99
The article offers information on the organic versus conventional trials being undertaken at Massey University in New Zealand. After monitoring weeds every six months for eight years in 10 organic paddocks and 10 conventional paddocks, the trial found very little difference in weed composition...
- Keeping the worms at bay. Thatcher, Alan // New Zealand Dairy Exporter;Jul2012, Vol. 87 Issue 12, p116
The third part in a series of four articles on the results of the organic and conventional trials conducted at Massey University's Dairy Cattle Research Unit (DCRU) in New Zealand is presented. The research demonstrated the pros and cons of developing a drench-free grazing regime for organic...
- The rise & fall of our top women. Fitzpatrick, Anne // New Zealand Management;Aug2011, Vol. 58 Issue 7, p33
The author discusses her 2010 research "The Representation and Development of Women for Top Leadership Roles in the New Zealand Public Service" as part of her Graduate Diploma in Psychology through Massey University. She explores why New Zealand's performance in the leadership area fell so far...