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UC helping high country station

10 March 2014

The University of Canterbury (UC) is collaborating with a South Island high country station on an inspirational engineering project.

UC to set up an architect in residence

07 March 2014

The University of Canterbury will, for the first time, set up an Architect in Residence within its College of Engineering.

Fresh discoveries about key NZ volcanoes

07 March 2014

University of Canterbury (UC) has uncovered fresh information about New Zealand's volcanoes that could be helpful when volcanoes erupt in future.

UC Students to learn more about robotics in Japan

06 March 2014

Three University of Canterbury's postgraduate students are bound for Japan to learn more about the robotic industry in a bid to save lives in New Zealand.

Student Volunteer Army swinging into action

06 March 2014

The University of Canterbury Student Volunteer Army (SVA) has mobilised into action, shovelling mud from this week's torrential flooding.

Christchurch has suffered liquefaction in the past

05 March 2014

Fresh research has found Christchurch has previously experienced liquefaction in an earthquake, most likely the 1869 Christchurch earthquake.

Christchurch experiences more flooding

05 March 2014

Christchurch is now experiencing more frequent and severe flooding due to the impact of the earthquakes, University of Canterbury (UC) researchers said today.

One of New Zealand's leading astronomers retires

05 March 2014

One of New Zealand's leading astronomers, who has been studying the binary and variable stars for decades, has retired from the University of Canterbury (UC).

NZ Black Fern lining up in annual UC Tower Race

04 March 2014

Black Fern and New Zealand Sevens rugby player Haile Hurring will be among the starters in the UC's first Tower Race tomorrow (March 5) since the earthquakes.

UC engineering car more sophisticated for 2014

03 March 2014

UC students, who won the inspired engineering trophy at the international university design, say their 2014 car will be more technically sophisticated.