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How computer vision is changing recreational fishing

Knowledge can make us stronger,” says Jing (Jane) Zhao. She’s right, of course. And when it comes to keeping our fisheries strong, knowledge is power.

We need more houses and we need women to help build them

New Zealand is in desperate need of skilled tradespeople, which means it’s past time we got women onboard and on the drills.

GLOW Designs Taking Shape

Tyres, plastic piping, bamboo and coconut shells are just some of the sustainable and recycled materials being used by Architecture students for the annual GLOW@Artweek festival on Devonport’s Windsor Reserve.

Success for Unitec at Datacomp Hackathon

Unitec students and staff took out top honours at the annual Datacomp Hackathon.

The job market is constantly evolving – and you can too

Why study now? It’s not just to get a better job – although that definitely helps.

Is Siri a gossip with your data? How to secure your cyber security

About a year ago, a Californian company started crowdfunding for the Smalt – a ‘smart salt dispenser.’ It streams music, helps you monitor your salt intake, and can even set...

The Future of Work

The robots are definitely coming, but you might not need to be afraid.

Unitec Student Part of Winning ArchEngBuild Team

Unitec Bachelor of Construction Management student Monica Varrie admits the recent ArchEngBuild 2018 Challenge in Wellington was "a long and challenging three days" but it definitely paid off.

Unitec Students Shine in Eden Arts Awards

Samuel Montgomery and Michaela van der Laan, students in the Bachelor of Creative Enterprise programme, received two out of the three Highly Commended Awards in the recent Eden Arts Art...

Returning to study can be the challenge that pays off

Returning to study is a challenge – no one is going to pretend it isn’t. For the mature students who take up study at Unitec, it’s a challenge that means...
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