Inside December 2022: Matire Harwood, Chris Shaw, Farzaneh Haghighi, Andrew Patterson. Plus 'In the News', Good to Know, and Arts, Culture and Books
Dr Matire Harwood talks about the challenges and rewards of being a Māori academic and general practitioner.
Selected students will collaborate on global projects as part of a new opportunity called Future 17. Andrew Patterson explains.
Professor Chris Shaw has spent his career hunting for rogue genes and collaborating to share insights into brain diseases.
Master of Creative Writing student Yvette Thomas has won first place in the 2022 Caselberg Trust International Poetry Prize.
Opinion: Dr Farzaneh Haghighi is disturbed by the unprecedented violence against the Iranian people, especially women.
All these items on interactive PDF
In the News (pg 2 of PDF)
Dr João Albuquerque
Professor Bodo Lang
Dr Subhamoy Ganguly
Associate Professor Walescka Pino-Ojeda
Dr Timothy Welch
Dr Ramari Stewart
'Good to Know' stories
Liggins Lab gets green tick pg 4
Microplastics and Sam Ladewig pg 4
Dr Tess Moeke-Maxwell pg 5
Esports pg 5
Te Ahi Hangarau pg 5
Arts and Culture
Students' projects in Special Collections pg 10
Poet Yvette Thomas pg 10
Opera Scenes pg 10
Comrade: Bill Andersen – A Communist, Working-Class Life
Cybèle Locke, Bridget Williams Books, $50
Towards a Grammar of Race in Aotearoa New Zealand
Eds Arcia Tecun, Lana Lopesi and Anisha Sankar, Bridget William Books, $40
Privacy Law in New Zealand
Nikki Chamberlain and Stephen Penk,Thomson Reuters, $189, out 23 December
Quinoa, Chemistry and Technology
Fan Zhu, Academic Press, $240 (Kindle $180)
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