A rocket will launch and keep speeding up as long as the force pushing it upwards (thrust) is greater than the forces pulling and pushing it downwards (gravity and drag). Newton’s first law ...READ MORE
We can blame plate tectonics for many catastrophes over time – earthquakes, volcanoes, geothermal activity, tsunamis and landslides – while people living on mountain ranges or small islands can ...READ MORE
In this recorded professional learning session, Greta Dromgool from the Science Learning Hub and Ben Moorhouse from the Department of Conservation share their excitement about environmental ...READ MORE
Science is dynamic, collaborative and constantly evolving – what was a promising hypothesis last month isn’t even in the ballpark this month – so here at the Science Learning Hub, we need to be ...READ MORE
More than ever, the need to maintain, create and celebrate the joy of teaching and learning is required for both teacher and student wellbeing. This Teachers Matter day will be led by award ...
From kauri dieback to small mammal predators, from brown marmorated stink bug to Xylella, from kākāhi to kākā, the second Crazy & Ambitious symposium will cover them all. Enjoy panel ...
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