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The University of Otago, founded in 1869, provides a research-led learning environment that is second to none, with a richly deserved reputation for excellence.
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University of Otago 12h
A new exhibition opening at the University this week explores what was happening in the world the year the University of Otago was established. Read the full story:
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There was spilt coffee, milk spluttering and a lot of nervous pacing - but in the end it was Otago University's barista who won the Battle of the Universities Barista Competition last week.
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Following the success of the Otago University Association Football Club men’s premier team, they have received a special grant from the Vice-Chancellor’s strategic fund, as a 150th anniversary initiative.
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As voting papers arrive soon, voters will need to consider who they support, and how to vote. Since many people find voting confusing, Otago University's politics specialist Prof Janine Hayward gives guidance on getting it right. via
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University of Otago Sep 21
Castle St is unusually quiet... 🤫
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Otago Uni Geography Sep 20
blossoms here ! Must be time for an outdoor then. Thanks to our School of Performing Arts - here’s the inspirational playing her original compositions in front of the . 👏👏
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Tony Ballantyne Sep 20
Although the sun disappeared it was awesome to watch the amazing tauira from School of Performing Arts Performing for the “cushion concert” in the heart of the Dunedin campus this afternoon
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University of Otago Sep 20
Enjoying a lovely Dunedin afternoon here at the University with our Clocktower Cushion Concert featuring our music and performing arts students 😍👏🎶🏫
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University of Otago Sep 19
The theory that the Loch Ness Monster could be a giant eel as postulated by has been given a boost, thanks to a video posted to social media showing a long, slender creature swimming in the River Ness.... 👀🐉
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AbacusBio Sep 19
New University programme offers fresh look at agriculture -
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University of Otago Sep 19
For the first time in several years, the University of Otago women's basketball team will head to the tertiary national championships. Can they bring home the win? via
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University of Otago Sep 19
What's the truth about healthy eating? Otago University's Professor of Human Nutrition Jim Mann recently spoke with about what makes good nutrition. Listen to what they had to say:
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University of Otago Sep 18
Otago University scientists have received their largest ever haul of funding from the Government’s Endeavour Fund - with almost $38.5 million this year! Full story: 👏💰
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University of Otago Sep 17
The story behind the story: How our Senior Communications Adviser helped spread the word all around the world about 's research into Nessie and eDNA. This is his experience wrangling with the monster of a story: 🦕 🐉
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University of Otago Sep 17
A group of leading plant scientists are calling for a law change here, allowing them to use modern plant breeding technologies, such as genetic modification, as it could be highly beneficial to New Zealand and the world.
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University of Otago Sep 17
A new series of videos from our School of Physiotherapy are reminding people to ‘Stay Fan Fit’ during the Rugby World Cup. Want to know more? 🏋️‍♀️🏃😉🏫 Head to our webpage for the full story and video:
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Diane Stubbings Sep 17
First pics from our performance of SOLAS at Cities of Literature Play Festival. Thanks for the opportunity, and for your hospitality. Thanks also to everyone who helped us get there.
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