Tag - Students

January 22, 2010

7th International Workshop on Grapevine Trunk Diseases, Chile

Marlene Jaspers and four PhD students attended the workshop, where they all made oral presentations on current research, which also involved Eirian Jones and Hayley Ridgway.  Nicholas Amponsah spoke twice, providing...

September 30, 2007

Mulching research leads to top award

NZ Grape Grower, 30 September 2007 Research into the impact of undervine mulching at Seresin Estate’s vineyard in Marlborough has won a Lincoln University scientist top honours in the 2007...

June 20, 2007

Lincoln graduate a MacDiarmid Young Scientist of the Year winner

Lincoln University graduate Dr Marco Jacometti of Christchurch, is one of five category winners named in Auckland on 20 June at the 2007 MacDiarmid Young Scientist of the Year awards....

May 1, 2007

Wine haze research

Food NZ, April/May 2007, Vol 7, No 2 A Lincoln University summer scholarship has developed new protocols for characterising the hazes that can form in wines, opening the way for...

March 1, 2007

Studying the effects of UV radiation on grape composition and wine quality

Increasing levels of UV radiation reaching the earth’s surface due to the depletion on the ozone layer can have a profound effect upon plant growth and development. Pictured are three...

November 23, 2006

Artful complexity. Wine matters

The Press by Simon Cunliffe If art and fine wine are a marriage made in heaven, then Philip Woollaston must count himself doubly blessed. The long-time art lover – youngest...

October 25, 2006

By a Nose

NZ Listener by Nick Smith Top international wine judge and expat Sam Harrop is convinced this country is the most innovative wine region in the world. Sam Harrop graduated from...

September 5, 2006

Marlborough’s Viticulturist of the Year takes National Title

Winepress It’s been a huge month for Marcus Wickham.  The Waipara Hills Wine Estate viticulturist, who was encouraged to enter the first ever Marlborough Viticulturist of the Year, took out...

August 11, 2006

Good taste in degrees

Nor-West News Wine students enjoyed a local beer to finish a bus tour of west Auckland wineries. A beer tasting at Hallertau Brewbar in Riverhead helped refresh the palates of...

February 4, 2006

Grapes to genes – studying the how and why of flavour and aroma production in Sauvignon blanc

Pictured are PhD students Ganeshan Vellasamy (left) and Andriy Podolyan (right) preparing grape berry samples for biochemical and molecular analyses. Their projects are focused on characterising the biochemical pathway responsible...

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