Scientists think that about 14 billion years ago (that is a 14 followed by 9 zeros), this universe came into being through the Big Bang. This is described in the Big Bang theory. It is thought ...READ MORE
Astronomers studying space have two big problems: A lot of things in space seem invisible – they do not give out light we can see. Scientists cannot leave the Earth to go and collect pieces of ...READ MORE
Climate change is one of the world’s big issues. It is also a big topic to tackle in the classroom. The Hub’s planning pathways interactive suggests ways in which climate change can be broken ...READ MORE
The Science Learning Hub has lots of resources for primary teachers related to the night sky in the Planet Earth and Beyond strand of the New Zealand Curriculum. The night sky is fascinating to ...READ MORE
The theme for this year’s Science Communicators Association of New Zealand (SCANZ) conference is inspiring change. You’ll explore ways in which all of us can help inspire positive change in ...
This public lecture presents the fascinating modern idea of ‘the Environment’ – in common usage today a word with a distinct meaning to most of us around the world – and its little known history ...
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