VIDEO NEWS

A list of all video and multimedia articles in chronological order.

Wheelchair revolution

Wheelchair revolution

A new wheelchair prototype with an innovative propulsion system has been developed by Massey University engineers that attempts to minimise chronic shoulder and wrist problems for self-propelled wheelchair users, while making it easier for users to travel uphill.

International award for film lecturer and script writer

International award for film lecturer and script writer

A film with a script written by Wellington film-maker Costa Botes who teaches screen writing and documentary making at Massey's Wellington campus has won best short film at a Japanese film festival.

How legalising cannabis can help society

How legalising cannabis can help society

Leading drug researcher Associate Professor Chris Wilkins is calling for the adoption of a not-for-profit public health model for recreational cannabis.

Video: Sheep milk kitchen at Field Days

Video: Sheep milk kitchen at Field Days

We ask people what they think of muffins, cheeses and desserts made with sheep's milk at the National Feild Days.

Rare Hourglass dolphin a find for marine researchers
Monday 13 September 2010
A rare hourglass dolphin underwent a post-mortem on Friday at Massey's Coastal-Marine Pathology Unit at Albany. It is one of only a handful of carcasses of the species ever examined by scientists.
Tips for psychosocial support after earthquake
Monday 6 September 2010
Emergency management specialists from the School of Psychology have offered online tips to help people deal with the psychological aftermath of the Canterbury earthquake.
Maori accountants share business sustainability ideas
Thursday 26 August 2010
A two-day conference of Maori accountants starts tomorrow at Massey's Te Kupenga o Te Matauranga Marae on the Manawatu campus at Hokowhitu.
Ages of charcoal launches public lecture series
Thursday 29 July 2010
Charcoal's changing use over time is the subject of the first talk in this year's series of public lectures at the Wellington campus next Thursday.
Treadmill puts Piwi on track to recovery
Wednesday 28 July 2010
A gruelling workout regime including treadmill sessions has helped an injured kiwi recover from two broken legs.
Korero kawhe - Maori coffee culture encouraged
Monday 26 July 2010
University staff and students are being encouraged to order their coffee in Mäori, with pamphlets published and distributed on all three campuses carrying the terms in English and Mäori and an online...
‘Board game on steroids' wins business challenge
Tuesday 15 June 2010
A "board game on steroids" has won the national final of this year's Global Enterprise Challenge hosted by at the Albany campus this week.
Study reveals impact of commune life on children
Thursday 27 May 2010
A three-year study involving a group of children in Auckland's Centrepoint Community from 1977-2000 has revealed the extent of abuse and its ongoing effects on their adult lives.
Running on empty good for fitness
Monday 24 May 2010
Research done on cyclists suggests athletes who skip breakfast before training could be at an advantage over those who eat first.
Growth in graduate numbers no accident
Wednesday 19 May 2010
Twenty-two years of ceremonies to honour Maori graduates at Manawatu were marked this year by reflections on the growth that has occurred in Maori student numbers and the degrees conferred.
Massey-trained teams triumph in Battle of the Bots
Wednesday 28 April 2010
Robot designers mentored by Massey University engineering experts have triumphed at the Vex Robotics World Championships in Dallas.
'Sorry Chef, but you're a bully'
Thursday 15 April 2010
Television programmes featuring restaurant staff being abused, sworn at and reduced to tears may be closer to reality than audiences suspected.
Sector leaders help launch public health school
Thursday 25 March 2010
Leading figures in New Zealand health sector joined the University's top health researchers to launch its new School of Public Health yesterday.
TV reality shows get fat message through to kids
Wednesday 17 March 2010
Reality television shows featuring obese people may be deterring children from eating junk food, says marketing researcher Jacinta Hawkins.
Slick, slim rail design to unclog city routes
Thursday 11 March 2010
A driverless, electric-powered light rail system designed to whisk commuters more efficiently around central Auckland and across the harbour bridge could appeal to people who snub existing public...
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