New Zealand food and technology served in Singapore

Staff Reporter –  info@indiannewslink.co.nz Growing globalisation of education should enable students in one country to obtain a qualification offered by an institution from another country. An Agreement signed by Massey University and Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) last fortnight makes that a possibility. Students enrolled in Singapore will be able to pursue an honours degree programme in Food Technology offered…

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Apathy spells gender inequality in engineering studies

Venkat Raman –  Despite realignment of courses, flexibility of hours of study and learn-at-your pace programmes, the number of women pursuing engineering courses in New Zealand is far below expectations, a senior academic has said. Dr Aruna Shekar, Senior Lecturer at the School of Engineering and Advance Technology at Massey University Auckland (Albany) Campus said that while the overall efforts…

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Study values community water fluoridation

Massey News –  New research from Massey University shows that community water fluoridation remains cost-effective, despite an overall reduction in the average number of decayed teeth in both fluoridated and non-fluoridated communities. Updated observations Massey University Centre for Public Health Research Senior Analyst Caroline Fyfe and Professor Barry Borman wrote a Paper called, ‘A cost effectiveness analysis of community water…

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