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A team of University of Waikato cyber security researchers have received $2m in Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) funding via the Catalyst: Strategic Fund.
A University of Waikato academic who has become a pioneer for te reo Māori in technology is part of a project that aims to normalise te reo Māori in NCEA learning.
One of Waikato University’s computer science experts has created an app that’s helping to reimagine the history of Cambridge, New Zealand.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Neil Quigley has recently acknowledged new Professors and Associate Professors of the University.