News archive 2013

Earthquake-damaged house inspectors using UC rover

04 December 2013

A government-owned company responsible for settling claims from the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes is using a University of Canterbury designed rover robot to inspect damage.

Resilience has significant impact on organisations

03 December 2013

Employee resilience has a significant impact on organisational engagement, high performance and well-being, a University of Canterbury research study has found.

New book explores work of prominent NZ artist

02 December 2013

The prints of New Zealand artist Barry Cleavin are the focus of a new book published by Canterbury University Press this month.

Super computers will help find health breakthrough

02 December 2013

An international computer science expert will explain in Christchurch later this month how supercomputers can be used to help solve science and engineering issues.

UC mechanical engineering car clocking fast speeds

02 December 2013

University of Canterbury (UC) mechanical engineering students have designed and built a racing car that has clocked 0 to 100km an hour in under four seconds.

Solutions to child behavioural problems

29 November 2013

A University of Canterbury (UC) health sciences PhD student is investigating a different approach to finding solutions to child behavioural and emotional problems.

Crimes from Christchurch's colonial past explored

28 November 2013

A mysterious severed hand, a slander case involving a prominent merchant, bigamy, fraud and murder all feature in Christchurch Crimes and Scandals 1876-99, the latest offering

UC expert to help support humanitarian relief

28 November 2013

A UC disaster management relief expert has been deployed to the Philippines to support the humanitarian response to Typhoon Haiyan.

UC experts receive Royal Society research medals

28 November 2013

Two University of Canterbury (UC) academics last night received Research Honours Medals from the Royal Society of New Zealand.

Challenges to be debated at NZ conference

27 November 2013

It is vital that the public gains an understanding of the challenges and new thinking that are emerging in post-quake ChCh says UC political science expert Dr Jeremy Moses.