The L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science programme has announced a new award this year, specifically for New Zealand scientists. New Zealand Science Teacher talks to marine biologist Dr Zoë Hilton, who was awarded an International Fellowship in 2012.
New Zealand female scientists are eligible for inaugural $25,000 award.
Plans are underway for this year’s conSTANZ conference, to be held in Nelson.
Sutapa Mukund was one of the first two recipients from New Zealand to receive the FDAT teacher award in 2014.
Two Lincoln University students want to make a difference right now.
It’s time to get ready for Seaweek 2015.
A new initiative aims to bring science to the people, one party at a time.
SWITCHES is a new community hoping to encourage young women in technology, engineering, and science.