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The camp where young Māori and Pasifika explore the wonders of science

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The camp where young Māori and Pasifika explore the wonders of science

DiscoveryCamp gives Māori and Pacific high school students the chance to experience science at a tertiary level.

August 7, 2019

A mother-daughter science experience with Michelle Dickinson at AMN9

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A mother-daughter science experience with Michelle Dickinson at AMN9

A Kitchen Science Cookbook by Michelle Dickinson is helping mothers to engage in the joys of science with their daughters.

February 25, 2019

A bio-fertiliser with dramatic implications for New Zealand’s environment presented at the AMN9 conference

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A bio-fertiliser with dramatic implications for NZ’s environment

At the AMN9 conference Dan Nocera presented a solar power produced bio-fertiliser that could radically improve crop yields, help sequester...

February 25, 2019

Single use plastic is piling up. Is pyrolysis the answer?

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Single use plastic is piling up. Is pyrolysis the answer?

With global angst mounting about the buildup of plastic ending up in landfills and the environment, chemists and materials scientists.

February 19, 2019

Materialise event and MacDiarmid ‘home-grown’ tech featured in the NZ Herald

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Materialise event and MacDiarmid ‘home-grown’ tech featured in the NZ Herald

Home-grown tech could offer a greener future for the planet, say two leading scientists behind a major summit at Te...

October 26, 2018

Western theory isn’t the only way: celebrating Māori and Pasifika science

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Western theory isn’t the only way: celebrating Māori and Pasifika science

DiscoveryCamp is inspiring young Māori and Pasifika students to persist with science.

August 21, 2018

The Spinoff profiles MacDiarmid Principal Investigator Associate Professor Nicola Gaston in her new role as Co-Director

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The Spinoff profiles Nicola Gaston in her new role as Co-Director

Recently appointed co-director of the MacDiarmid Institute Dr Nicola Gaston’s new role allows her to guide one of New Zealand’s...

June 28, 2018

Media coverage of MacDiarmid Principal Investigator Professor Juliet Gerrard’s appointment as PM’s science advisor

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Media coverage of Juliet Gerrard’s appointment as PM’s science advisor

Professor Gerrard’s appointment has been covered by the NZ Herald, stuff. co. nz, and The Spinoff.

June 28, 2018

NZ Herald interviews MacDiarmid Principal Investigator and the Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor Professor Juliet Gerrard

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NZ Herald interviews Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor Professor Juliet Gerrard

University of Auckland biochemist Professor Juliet Gerrard is about to start her new role as Prime Minister's chief science adviser,...

June 28, 2018

Harvard Professor Daniel Nocera – Fuels to Food from Sunlight, Air, and Water

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Professor Dan Nocera – Fuels to Food from Sunlight, Air, and Water

Harvard Professor and MacDiarmid Institute International Science Board member Dan Nocera talk at the Royal Society.

March 6, 2018

Computer chips that work like human brains may ease global energy problem

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Computer chips like human brains may ease global energy problem

Professor Simon Brown and his research regarding neuromorphic computer chips is featured on TVNZ and at the idealog.

March 6, 2018

MacDiarmid Professor Shane Telfer helps easing life for asthmatics

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Professor Shane Telfer helps to ease life for asthmatics

Scientists hope to help asthma sufferers and others needing oxygen at home by developing molecular sponges with nanoscale-sized pores to...

December 12, 2017

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