Massey Research

Researcher Development Library Workshops in May

April 10, 2018

Researchers, learn more about effective searching, managing and keeping up to date with the literature, managing your research data, publishing, and measuring your publication impact.   Albany and Manawatū Libraries will be running a series of...Read more

Publishing Your Grey Literature – Handles, DOIs and Don’ts

April 26, 2017

I was recently asked an interesting question – “I’ve written a report that hasn’t been published as either an article or a conference paper but I’m keen to be able to circulate it with a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) so that it has a...Read more

Libraries and little blue penguins – Getting closer all the time

November 7, 2016

I had a phone call today from Professor John Cockrem who is in Oamaru carrying out research on the town’s unique little blue penguin colony. It’s been in the news recently because it sits right on the waterfront and has for many years...Read more

Publishers to Require ORCID Identifiers for Authors

January 22, 2016

We recommend that Massey researchers should register for an ORCID identifier (iD), so that they can be easily and correctly connected with their research activities, outputs, and affiliations. This is becoming a requirement with some publishers...Read more

Latest Massey Research Online submissions include theses, journal articles and oral presentations

September 26, 2014

The latest submissions to MRO include a variety of sources as academic staff get on board with making their research available for open access. This week we have journal articles and oral presentations, as well as theses. To get an idea of what can...Read more

Massey Research Online – now contains over 5000 items

August 21, 2014

Massey Research Online (MRO) has passed the 5000 item mark this month. This means that there are over 5000 full text, Open Access items of high quality Massey University research available to the public via the Web. Making research available in...Read more

Are you on Researchgate?

August 14, 2014

By now probably most academic  researchers will have heard of Researchgate, which is often described as “a social networking site for researchers”, a sort of mix of Facebook and LinkedIn but with a heavy scholarly focus.  At the very least ...Read more

What do broccoli, halloumi cheese and feijoas have in common?

February 10, 2014

They are all topics of theses from students who have studied Food Technology at Massey University. 2014 marks the fiftieth anniversary of Massey University offering the world’s first Food Technology degree. So what research topics have these...Read more

Earthquakes – love them or hate them?

January 21, 2014

Earthquakes affect us all differently, in different aspects of our lives. Whether it is the societal implications of earthquakes or scientific analysis of seismic activity and fault lines, there is plenty of useful research conducted by Massey...Read more

NEW to Massey Research Online!

January 6, 2014

Retirement, landslides and yoghurt are all among the content recently added to Massey Research Online. Welcome to the first in a regular series of posts showcasing new and noteworthy additions to Massey Research Online (MRO), Massey University’s...Read more

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