In 1996 the New Zealand International Science Festival charitable trust was established in Dunedin to present the biennial festival. The organisation’s mission is to inspire and engage people of all ages and backgrounds about the importance science plays in our daily lives and the positive difference it makes. We ensure
A network for women working in space in New Zealand, and those who want to. We are dedicated to expanding opportunities for women and other gender minorities to work in space fields and pursuing gender equity in the space sector in New Zealand.
A non-profit organization to promote the science of astronomical sciences with the continued use of The Observatory. Where public viewing is encouraged. Open for viewing after 7.00 pm ‘WINTER’. Friday nights are favoured near to first quarter moon. * Though the summer months of daylight saving time we open ‘ after
Welcome to the Whakatane Astronomical Society, the only Observatory/Planetarium in Whakatane. A must do night-time activity in Whakatane. Get a great view of the southern skies through our 35.50cm celestron and 25.4cm Meade instruments. The observatory is open, subject to weather on Tuesday and Friday nights from 7.30pm. Other nights by arrangement.
The mission of the United States Embassy in Wellington is to advance the interests of the United States, and to serve and protect U.S. citizens in New Zealand. The Ambassador is the personal representative of the President of the United States. As the chief advocate of U.S. policy, he is
Curiosity and a love for discovery ensures we are ever expanding our knowledge of the world. Explore your passions with our exciting range of study options. Our students are surrounded by people passionate about science. Our staff are world leaders in their fields of research and Wellington has the highest
Physics explores the fundamental laws of the universe, which underpin modern technology and sustainable energy solutions Our scientists research topics from atomic physics to astrophysics, and work on both fundamental questions and seeking applications in advanced technology and sustainable solutions for the planet.
The University of Canterbury is in the top 1 per cent of universities in the world. Our Civil and Natural Resources Engineering Department is ranked in the top 100 worldwide Civil Engineering departments. Chemical and Process Engineering and Electrical and Electronic Engineering are ranked in the top 250. An Engineering degree
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