Use this timeline to find out more about the progression of flight in human history. 1000 BCE – First kites Kites are invented in China. 852 BCE – A king tries to fly The English King Bladud is ...READ MORE
Octochaetus multiporus is a deep-burrowing earthworm native to New Zealand. It grows up to 30 cm in length and emits bioluminescent fluid when disturbed. Scientific classification Kingdom ...READ MORE
In this recorded professional learning session, Lyn Rogers from the Science Learning Hub and Ben Moorhouse from the Department of Conservation introduce some readily available resources and model ...READ MORE
In this recorded professional learning session, Greta Dromgool and Ben Moorhouse from the Department of Conservation unpack conservation education and: introduce some exciting DOC resources aimed ...READ MORE
Join Nanogirl (aka Dr Michelle Dickinson), Boris (her trusty lab assistant), and CLAIR (Constantly Learning Artificial Intelligence Repository) for science and engineering as you have never seen ...
Every year the national House of Science team runs a science symposium: a day long conference for the whole community. The 2017 symposium was in Tauranga, with inspiring keynote speakers like Dr ...
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