Pupils from schools throughout New Zealand (right) are taking part in the University of Otago’s "hands-on" programme.
After battling a rare bone cancer and helping raise nearly $1.4 billion to build a children’s hospital, the next challenge for a young American is to study in Dunedin.
The latest major research released by the University of Otago’s Dunedin Multidisciplinary Study appears to reinforce the Government’s social policy imperatives. Health reporter Eileen Goodwin spoke...
The University of Otago’s Business School’s MBA has been judged among the world’s best.
The University of Otago central campus landscaping project is nearing completion, including in this area of Castle St, Dunedin, viewed from Dundas St and showing Selwyn College at right.
Work is nearing completion on the $2.6 million home for the Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Study.
A University of Otago professor is concerned about the launch of a mysterious tobacco product, which appears set to be marketed in Dunedin and across New Zealand.
Students Logan Richard (19), of Florida, and Karanjit Sharma (18), of Auckland, took a break from classes at the University of Otago.
Almost half of New Zealand women who exercise regularly could be risking their health by not eating enough to replace the energy they expend, new University of Otago research suggests.
The University of Otago’s much expanded summer "Hands-on" programme for school pupils is likely to have a "huge effect" in raising awareness of the university and Dunedin, its coordinator says.
The University of Otago’s three-storey commerce building will be in the shadow of Dunedin’s tallest crane for the next five months.
An ageing University of Otago building is showing its new skin as a multimillion-dollar upgrade brings it into the 21st century.
Recent "very promising" University of Otago research is shedding new light on why cancer cells spread from primary tumours to other parts of the body.
Substantial challenges faced by the University of Otago humanities division are to blame for two job losses in the anthropology and archaeology department, humanities pro-vice-chancellor Prof ...
A 77-year-old former Otago University student has died after hitting his head while sailing with his wife and friends off the coast of Greece.
Australia and New Zealand need each other and "our combined intellectual firepower is unbeatable", award-winning Australian journalist Robyn Williams says.
Dunedin man Matani Schaaf always planned to finish university "way before" his children started, but today he will graduate in the same ceremony as one of his four sons.
Lynere Wilson will find herself in an odd and rare situation when she returns to work next week.
Seventeen University of Otago academics across a range of departments are to be promoted to full professorships early next year. A further 27 academics will be promoted to associate professorships.
Australia's largest life science venture fund, the Medical Research Commercialisation Fund, just got bigger, and NZ research may benefit.