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NIWA celebrates its Science New Zealand Award winners for 2021
20 December 2021
Government scientists celebrated their 2021 award winners at the annual Science New Zealand awards celebration virtually this year.
What to feed an astronaut and other entries in this year’s Wellington NIWA science fair
11 September 2017
From designing food for astronauts to the best bait for catching rats, Wellington students are applying their creative talents to scientific endeavour this week.
Student ingenuity on show at NIWA science fair
7 September 2017
Science students are putting their ingenuity and analytical skills on the line at this weekend’s annual NIWA Canterbury-Westland Schools’ Science and Technology Fair.
Student ingenuity on show at NIWA Auckland Science Fair
30 August 2017
Science students from around Auckland are putting their ingenuity and analytical skills on the line at next week’s annual NIWA Auckland City Science and Technology Fair.
From plastic bags to roof tiles: one BOP science fair entry
23 August 2017
A Mount Maunganui Intermediate student has created a cheap roofing tile out of discarded plastic bags and entered the idea in this year’s NIWA Bay of Plenty Science and Technology Fair.
NIWA's Annual Climate Summary Media Conference
6 January 2017
NIWA climate scientists present the NIWA 2016 Annual Climate Summary.
Scientist, architect and Samoa join forces for special exhibition
16 March 2016
A unique art exhibition that combines science, architecture and anthropology to forge a new future for a Samoan village opens in Wellington next week.