This timeline looks at some of the historical aspects of rockets – taking science and technology to new heights. 1232 – Chinese fire arrows The first true rocket is invented by the Chinese. Fire ...READ MORE
In this activity, students consider short-term and long-term responses to an environmental disaster such as the Rena. By the end of this activity, students should be able to: describe what might ...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 Science Learning Hub – Pokapū Akoranga Pūtaiao offers a range of opportunities to support teachers’ science teaching and increase their own science knowledge and understanding. These include ...READ MORE
Science Spinners is a youth engagement project supporting vulnerable communities and lower decile high schools with a priority focus on Māori/Pasifika students to: ignite an interest in Science ...
The amazing New Zealand International Science Festival has over 90 events in venues all across Dunedin. Tickets are now on sale, so don't delay! There is everything from stage shows to panel ...
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