The University of Otago has created a first-year experience
director, and chosen Dr Stephen Scott to fill it.
Culturing ''mini-guts'' from stem cells to treat Crohn's
disease has potential to cure the disease in some patients,
University of Otago physiology research student Safina
The University of Otago's 2016 budget reveals an institution
bracing for flat student enrolments and a challenging
Older toddlers, aged about 2, are picking up on potentially
harmful anti-fat attitudes from their mothers.
Despite many people's disbelief, the feminist pornography
industry is thriving, a visiting American academic says.
Millions of research dollars are set to flow into Dunedin
after the University of Otago was chosen to lead another
national science challenge.
The two staff representatives on the University of Otago's
2016 council have been voted in.
A University of Otago academic has been chosen to be the
first patient ambassador for the newly formed Lung Foundation
of New Zealand.
The Health Research Council has granted nearly $200,000 to
support collaborative medical research involving the
University of Otago and the Southern District Health Board.
The Government's dismissive response to a new report on
sea-level rise is ''unwise'', a climate change expert says.
New University of Otago
research suggests infertility is a bigger problem in
Otago-Southland than previously estimated.
Seventeen of the University of Otago's ''leading academics'',
across a wide range of research fields, have been promoted to
Albert Einstein was a revolutionary thinker who also found
time to help dream up a novel type of refrigerator, as well
as the theories of relativity.
The University of Otago is reviewing security at the
University of Otago Clocktower Building after the theft of 98
exam papers from an office.
Are you prepared if you find a beagle bleeding, Chihuahua
choking or a pug with no pulse?
After the theft of University of Otago examination scripts,
most students had been ''highly understanding'' as the
university helped them deal with the effects of ''this
unexpected and unpleasant situation''.
Dunedin police have arrested and charged a 23-year-old woman
with burglary after Otago University exam papers were stolen.
The scripts have been recovered but are ruined.
University of Otago dentistry students were forced to resit
their last exam without being told why, after 98 unmarked
scripts were stolen from the Clocktower Building.
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