Crows and parrots turn out to have sophisticated thinking abilities, according to a new study.
Fulbright New Zealand was established in 1948 to promote mutual understanding through educational and cultural exchanges.
Cetacean scientists might be having a blubber over the news that sperm whales do indeed use their heads.
Teachers from schools around New Zealand are now confident leaders of science within their school community.
Batteries that don’t poison the planet at the end of their useful lives may soon become a reality.
As gravity varies across the globe, so too does sea level, geologist BRIAN RICKETTS explains.
What if an NCEA science course focused on pure enjoyment of the subject, and the relationship between teacher and students? MATT NICOLL reflects on his year teaching a new practical science course for year 11 students.
*The CREST scheme inspires young scientists to do meaningful work.*
The award recognises a sustained contribution to science education in New Zealand.
CHERIE FENEMOR writes about her experience as the 2016 ‘Educator at Sea’ on board the Young Blake Expedition this year.