News archive 2014

Experts presenting to the 100 resilience cities

13 June 2014

Two University of Canterbury experts will present to the Rockefeller Foundation in New York today about creating more resilient organisations.

Burning of demolition waste poses health risks

12 June 2014

A University of Canterbury environmental chemist has appealed to building contractors and homeowners to stop burning building materials rather than disposing of them safely.

Trust helping people could benefit community

11 June 2014

A Canterbury trust helping people with cerebral palsy, motor disorder and other neurological conditions is likely to benefit from research by a group of UC students.

Developmental effects of methadone studied

11 June 2014

Over the last 40 years, methadone has been the most commonly used method of treating pregnant women with an opiate addiction.

Award for researching protective coating

10 June 2014

University of Canterbury postgraduate chemistry student Nathaniel Gunby who is researching protective coatings useful for the mining, energy and manufacturing sectors.

Engineer receives prestigious engineering award

09 June 2014

A University of Canterbury engineer, Dr Brendon Bradley, is the first New Zealander and the youngest researcher to receive a prestigious internationally-renowned award.

Students help Child Helpline Trust charity

09 June 2014

A group of University of Canterbury group students have helped the Child Helpline Trust charity in their bid to grow their service for children in need.

Researchers to dissolve cost of secondary surgery

09 June 2014

A University of Canterbury researcher is investigating the potential benefits of using degradable metallic alloy plates and screws for patients with serious head injuries.

Academic author produces Rutherford documentary

06 June 2014

Amazingly, until now, there has never been a full documentary on Nobel Prize winner and University of Canterbury physicist Ernest Rutherford.

Christchurch perfectly placed to be cycle capital

05 June 2014

Christchurch is perfectly placed to be the cycling capital of New Zealand and a UC expert believes cycling in the city will continue to increase as new cycleways take shape.