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Engineering grad learning the ropes at Fonterra

13-Jan-2022
Tairongo Tuhiwai says Waikato set him up well for an engineering career.

Roadmap launched to grow NZ’s robotics industry

10-Dec-2021
With robotics and automation set to replace 46 percent of day jobs by 2040, a…

Engineering for Samoa's renewable energy efforts

07-Dec-2021
Before he had even started university study, Tiotio Lockington knew he wanted to contribute to…

Sir William and Lady Judi Gallagher announce further support for University of Waikato with new scholarship

29-Nov-2021
Hamilton philanthropists Sir William and Lady Judi Gallagher will fund eight new scholarships a year…

Research and hard work pays off for engineering alumna

27-Oct-2021
Engineering alumna Catherine Downes has never left anything to chance.

Scholarships help Kaitlin contribute to dairy industry innovation

26-Oct-2021
Thanks to a helping hand with scholarship support, engineering graduate Kaitlin Te Rito is now…

Researchers make building materials from waste saving money and the environment

30-Sep-2021
As housing construction costs skyrocket and building materials are in short supply, University of Waikato…

Industry CEO proud to support opportunities for female STEM students

08-Sep-2021
A new scholarship has been established to support female students studying STEM (science, technology, engineering,…

Pacific alumnus at home with engineering

25-Aug-2021
Fogamoni Nicc Moeono finished his high school years in Samoa with a “blurred image” of…

Inspiring more Māori students into science and technology career pathways

11-Aug-2021
Hundreds of Māori high school students will soon be inspired to take up STEMM subjects…

Waikato academics leading the robotics revolution at Fieldays

16-Jun-2021
Three high-tech superheroes are making their presence known at this year’s Fieldays.

Fulbright scholar aims to reimagine health care using artificial intelligence

26-May-2021
A University of Waikato Software Engineering student who received a Fulbright Scholarship to do his…

Creativity and technical know-how a winning combination for engineer

13-May-2021
While some of us might think engineering is all about technical know-how, Kaitlin Te Rito…

Chair role enables Engineering to advance at the University of Waikato

29-Apr-2021
Thanks to a philanthropically-funded position at the University of Waikato, Professor in Engineering Mike Duke…

Novel high temperature heat pumps to slash carbon emissions in industrial drying

25-Mar-2021
A University of Waikato Masters of Engineering student is developing a simulated digital twin prototype…

Engineering beyond straight lines - new Design Studio for civil engineering at Waikato

05-Mar-2021
Testing scale models of real structures, collaborating to solve real-life problems and using augmented reality…

Waikato engineering student lends technical skills to help restore historic wharf in Tokomaru Bay

15-Feb-2021
The restoration of the semi-derelict Tokomaru Bay Wharf north of Gisborne has gained strong support…

Using robotics to discover smart solutions for 3D metal printing

05-Feb-2021
Engineering doctorate student Ben Jackson relishes his role at Tauranga based metals research company TiDA…

New Professorial Appointments for Waikato

05-Feb-2021
University of Waikato Vice-Chancellor Professor Neil Quigley has announced academic promotions for one new Professor…

Applying machine learning knowledge on campus to reduce carbon emissions

04-Feb-2021
Sara Bahr started her Summer Research project not knowing anything about industrial steam boilers. Now…

Engineering graduate learning the ropes at Fonterra

10-Jan-2021
Alumnus Tairongo Tuhiwai says Waikato set him up well for his career.
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