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28/04/14 to 29/04/14
A SITE international symposium for educators aiming to learn about and enhance policy and practice with digital technologies in teacher education.
05/07/14 to 11/07/14
In 2014, the NZ International Science Festival will be held in Dunedin in July.
06/07/14 to 10/07/14
Science teachers are invited to the NZASE Science Conference in Dunedin. The theme of SciCon2014 is Wild Science.
11/03/14, 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Explore the Hubs and meet some of the people behind them. The evening will include a short presentation, a panel discussion with scientists featured on the Hubs and teachers who use the resources and the opportunity to mingle with the Hubs team and explore what the sites have to offer.
TALKFEST is about youth engaging with science to talk about issues for our time. In TALKFEST 2014, students in New Zealand and the Pacific have the opportunity to engage with Lord Robert Winston, either online in classrooms or in the studio audience.
14/03/14, 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
This public lecture looks at the history of astronomy and the role of serendipity in scientific research and discovery.
24/03/14 to 27/03/14
Dr Charles Elachi (NASA) is a space explorer who led last year's mission to Mars with the rover Curiosity. As this year's Pickering Lecture speaker, he will tour New Zealand giving free public lectures on space exploration. You can expect to hear behind-the-scenes stories about how NASA landed on Mars.
19/05/14 to 25/05/14
Primary Science Week is an opportunity for all New Zealand primary schools to engage in science teaching and learning.
21/09/09 to 31/12/20
Awesome Forces, a long-term exhibit at Te Papa, shows how plate tectonics, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and erosion have shaped one of the most dynamic landscapes in the world.
27/11/13 to 31/12/14
Leading Edge is a National Library of New Zealand public programme that looks at Aotearoa’s past and present through the lens of innovation.
01/03/14 to 09/03/14
Seaweek is New Zealand’s annual national week about the sea. The theme this year is “Our fragile, finite taonga – be alert to the fragility of the marine environment and its treasures. Kia mataara! Tiakina te au o te moana, he kōpīpī tōna“.