New ultra-fast data network links with the United States are boosting the University of Otago’s research capacity and adding to the university’s international reputation, Prof Richard Blaikie...
The Anglican church has promised consultation on its plans to sell Selwyn College, and may revisit the idea at a special synod meeting.
Establishing links with the University of Otago is just one of the ways a North Island hospital is hoping to change medical students' perceptions after it ranked last in a list of preferred hospitals to work at by trainee doctors.
An Otago public law specialist says the scandal embroiling the National Party shows the donation disclosure threshold for party donations is too high - but it remains to be seen whether opposition...
The overall public health goal remains to encourage people to quit smoking, when they are both smoking and vaping, Janet Hoek said yesterday.
Childhood bioarchaeology specialist Sian Halcrow has been selected as the latest recipient of the University of Otago's Carl Smith Medal.
University of Otago researcher Jo-Ann Stanton is part of the world-first use of genomic sequencing in the field, to protect African farmers from a "poverty spiral" caused by crop failures.
Talking to the region's teachers and principals is the key to creating new qualifications to appeal to time-poor professionals, the University of Otago's College of Education says.
The former dean of the University of Otago's Faculty of Law says he supports students' push to put the brakes on the university's ability to discipline students for off-campus behaviour.
A last-ditch effort from students to save the art history and visual culture programme, due to be disestablished in 2020, failed to find support at a University of Otago council meeting this week.
More than 40 people have sought help from a newly-established support service for victims of sexual assault at the University of Otago.
Family law specialist and former law school dean Prof Mark Henaghan was officially farewelled by students yesterday - but says he will be back, to attend graduations of all the people he has taught.
A study revealing a relatively weak link between the consumption of rich food and urate levels in the blood is the starting point for more work into why some people are more likely to develop gout,...
The Otago University Students' Association's president for next year has set his sights on making the association more political, inclusive and sustainable.
Hundreds of students turned up at the University of Otago today to farewell the former dean of the faculty of law Professor Mark Henaghan, who has taught at the university for 41 years.
Researchers from University of Otago and two other universities are calling for the Government and the media to help end "fat stigma" in society.
Traditional links between the development of gout and the consumption of rich food may be inaccurate, with genetics far more likely to lead to high urate levels in the blood, researchers say.
A breakthrough in monkey malaria research by University of Otago scientists has the potential to help eliminate the relapsing form of human malaria.