A technical hitch marred the first day of online University of Otago exams yesterday.
After months of work and study, thousands of students will put their knowledge to the test as University of Otago exams begin.
A planned green hydrogen research centre in Dunedin now has the financial backing of both the New Zealand and German governments.
A University of Otago medical academic urges caution using domestic vaccination certificates as they may sway the delicate balance between public health and the loss of personal liberties.
Otago Polytechnic has welcomed the proposed model it will operate under when Te Pukenga takes over the country’s 16 technology institutes and polytechnics.
Billed as the world’s most dangerous bird, Otago researchers have helped discover the cassowary may actually have been the world’s first domesticated bird, long before chickens were.
Could this be a subtle reminder from the Australian Government that Prof Glenn Summerhayes is definitely an Australian?
The University of Otago is leasing new spaces in central Wellington, following the closure of its earthquake-prone campus.
Fewer than half of its staff members would recommend the University of Otago as a great place to work, a survey has revealed.
Four University of Otago researchers have made what they say is a major scientific breakthrough that could lead to the elimination of the world’s biggest infectious disease killer, tuberculosis (Tb).
In a bid to reduce building energy-related costs by 16%, the University of Otago has become the first university in the country to incorporate an artificial intelligence building analytics system...
Otago Polytechnic has pumped close to $1 billion into Dunedin’s economy in the past five years, due to strong student numbers and a multimillion-dollar building project.
The discovery of a new brain signal in people with anxiety disorders is expected to help develop new diagnostic tests and faster treatments which are less "hit-and-miss".
Progress on the University of Otago’s strategy for the next two decades has been put on hold once again.
Merit should be redefined and universities should take greater notice of indigenous self-determination and "a lived understanding of socioeconomic adversity", academics from Otago Uni argue.
Otago University epidemiologist Michael Baker says everyone in NZ should plan to encounter Covid-19 before Christmas - and they had better be prepared.