Computing & Mathematical Sciences News
Three very Smart Ideas (22 September 2017)
University of Waikato researchers have won three lots of funding from the government worth nearly three million dollars.
From telephone technician to app creator (22 September 2017)
Steve Outram left school at 15, took up tertiary study at 49. Now he's one of the university's top mature students.
Digital citizenship - empowerment v control in the classroom (16 August 2017)
The University of Waikato is working with BOYD school Hillcrest High to ensure students are aware of online safety.
Potential in the blockchain (10 August 2017)
The decentralised and secure database we call the blockchain is ripe for development, according to computer scientist Steve Reeves.
A top award for an excellent teacher (9 August 2017)
Waikato computer scientist Dr Te Taka Keegan wins New Zealand's supreme award for excellence in tertiary teaching.
Students get a hand with tuition fees (8 August 2017)
Waikato postgraduate students from India have received Excellence Awards worth $5000.
Waikato alumna completes Cambridge PhD (25 July 2017)
University of Waikato alumna and Woolf Fisher Scholarship recipient Katie de Lange celebrates the completion of her PhD at the University of Cambridge, UK.
Making cyber space a safer place (19 July 2017)
Good skills: The New Zealand Cyber Security Challenge tests participants' ability to fend off cyber attacks.
Diverse team leads $12.23 million cyber security project (27 June 2017)
Mauritius-born Meena Mungro is representing one of 17 nationalities in the Cybersecurity Researchers of Waikato team at the University of Waikato on a $12.23 million dollar project.
Ryan Ko’s top five cyber safety tips (26 June 2017)
That antivirus software you downloaded four years ago may no longer be enough to keep you safe online. Here are some surprising ways to reduce cyber threats.
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