Air New Zealand and Adrian Grenier team up for new safety video
Antarctica New Zealand Chief Executive Officer Peter Beggs says the new safety video and other video content will give millions globally greater awareness of Antarctic science, particularly as efforts to understand environmental change intensify.

Fossil poop reveals critical role of giant birds in New Zealand’s ecosystem
When the first humans landed on what is now known as New Zealand 700 years ago, they didn’t find mammals. Instead, they discovered giant birds called moas, as well as a host of other indigenous bird species. Soon, they had eaten many of them into extinction.

New Zealand is a school choice utopia. But do students perform better?
Diane Parkinson, principal of Bucklands Beach Intermediate School in New Zealand, puts her best foot forward when . Students asked questions about science classes, whether there was a biking team and if they would have chances to play dodgeball.

Entourage star Adrian Grenier to feature in Air New Zealand’s Antarctic safety video
Antarctica New Zealand Chief Executive Officer Peter Beggs says the new safety video and other video content will give millions globally greater awareness of Antarctic science, particularly as efforts to understand environmental change intensify.

Study explores possible geothermal direct use on New Zealand’s South Island
GNS Science is working on a study to explore opportunities of a recently discovered geothermal resource in the Alpine Fault on New Zealand’s South Island. GNS Science in New Zealand has been working to study the geothermal potential in the Alpine Fault

Science film-maker a winner
The winner of the 2017 Prime Minister’s Science Communication Prize plans to establish New Zealand’s first science video news agency. Damian Christie, from Auckland-based SciFilms, will be using his prize money of $100,000 to fast-track the launch of

The science behind sport: how Dow is helping make Pyeongchang 2018 highly advanced and sustainable
Vega, Vice President, Dow Olympic and Sports Solutions and President and Managing Director, Dow Australia and New Zealand. “As a Worldwide Olympic . the powerful connection between sport and science.” With advanced materials, manufacturing and

Navigating the intersection of science and policy
But as this year’s meeting in Austin, Texas, started winding down on Feb. 18, participants packed a large meeting room to go beyond the tools and tactics, and get advice from top science advisers from New Zealand, the EU and Canada. While climate change

Radioactive Traces From A-Bomb Testing Found In World’s ‘Loneliest Tree’ May Mark New Age For Earth
v=ap&w=980&h=551&api=7db9fe61-7414-47b5-9871-e17d87b8b6a0 800w” > A 117-year-old Sitka spruce located on New Zealand’s Campbell . is to report on breaking weather news, the environment and the importance of science to our lives. This story does