The Australian Academy of Science’s site ‘Nova’ offers interesting material for teachers and students.
Professor Thomas Nann says it is an exciting time to be working in nanotechnology.
The Association for Women in the Sciences (AWIS) Miriam Dell Award has been won by an Otago University immunologist.
In a week in which NASA scientists have predicted a sea level rise of a metre over the next 100-200 years, a New Zealand scientist has won an award for her ground-breaking research into mapping climate change since the last ice age. Read more about her work, as well as a related ‘Girls in Science’ event held at the University of Auckland.
‘Healthy seas, healthy people’ is the theme of the next Seaweek celebration.
From the garden shed to the research lab, entries for the WWF Conservation Innovation Awards can be submitted this year via a new crowdsourcing website.
A Māori innovation challenge called DigMyIdea is calling for entrants.
September is Bee Aware Month. How are you and your students marking it?