$50,000 Massey Innovation Prize recognizes the health benefits of beetroot extract.
17th December 2020
With up to $50,000 in pre-seed funding up for grabs, the inaugural Massey Innovation Prize was awarded to Prof Ajmol Ali to turn his project on the health benefits of beetroot from research to reality.
Massey University takes out Commercial Impact Award at KiwiNet
19th October 2020
A product that could help some of the 1.6 billion people globally who suffer iron deficiency has won a top award for Massey University at the 2020 KiwiNet Awards
Remote sensing technology to revolutionise fertiliser application on NZ farms
25th September 2020
Palmerston North company, Hyperceptions, is gearing up to take its remote sensing technology to the market, in a bid to transform the way fertiliser is applied on NZ hill country farms.
FERRI PRO technology to address global iron deficiency recognised as KiwiNet Finalist
1st September 2020
The sale of the Ferri Pro intellectual property to international food and beverage company Nestlé is recognised as one of twelve finalists in the 2020 Kiwinet Awards under the ‘PwC Commercial Impact’ category.
Biolumic Founder, Professor Jason Wargent announced as Kiwinet Finalist
28th August 2020
Professor Jason Wargent, Founder and Chief Science Officer of Massey spinout company Biolumic is recognised as one of twelve finalists in the 2020 Kiwinet Awards under the ‘Baldwins Researcher Entrepreneur category’.
BioLumic Appoints Steve Sibulkin as CEO
22nd June 2020
In a recent press release, Massey Ventures spin out company 'BioLumic' announced the appointment of Steve Sibulkin as the Chief Executive Officer to lead their global expansion.
Massey Ventures boss turns research into innovation
6th August 2019
Massey Ventures chief executive Mark Cleaver is a finalist in the KiwiNet research commercialisation awards this week. He has been nominated for his work turning research into new agritech and food innovations.
Supercritical uv technology for disinfecting liquids secures funding
7th May 2019
A novel ultraviolet (UV) light technology for rapidly disinfecting liquids designed at Massey University has secured close to $300,000 in development funding to create a market-ready product.
Nestlé acquires New Zealand technology
19th March 2019
Nestle acquire New Zealand technology to help fight iron deficiency, developed here at Massey University Riddet Institute.
Drone Ranger for monitoring yellow-eyed penguin nests wins Innovate 2018
28th January 2019
Massey PhD student Chris Muller has won the Innovate 2018 competition for drone-based technology that has the potential to revolutionise the monitoring of animals.
C-Dax Invests in Future Ag Tech - Autonomous Pasture Robot
22nd June 2017
The C-Dax pasture robot, developed in conjunction with students at Massey Univeristy, has been designed to help precisely measure pasture autonomously.
Breaking Bad - Know your Weakness
19th September 2016
Massey University Sport and Exercise scientists Matt Miller and Dr Phil Fink have invented the Brake Power Meter, which automatically measures braking power and time spent braking while you ride – a world first.