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Friday, 19 April 2019
GOVERNMENT AND REFERENCE
All Regions Scientific Links: 1-10
Bay of Plenty
New Zealand has a proud history of technological innovation. Many of the innovations which were economically important during the twentieth century were identified in 1918 in a publication called the New Zealand Journal of Science and Technology.
Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences Limited
The Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences Limited is a New Zealand Crown Research Institute offering the best in independent scientific and technical advice.
The New Zealand Antarctica Institute
Antarctica New Zealand is responsible for developing, managing and administering New Zealand activities in Antarctica and the Southern Ocean, in particular the Ross Sea Dependency.
A resource on Ernest Rutherford including his birthplace, ancestors and books on the man and his work.
Information about the company and environmental research work of Landcare Research, including links to databases, publications, educational resources, and tools.
Animals and Nature
Auckland Astronomical Society
The Auckland Astronomical Society was founded in 1922. Currently we have over 500 members and with the blooming of astronomy worldwide, we are growing strongly. Amongst membership are the full range of astronomical enthusiasts, from the newest beginners up to highly qualified professionals. Whatever the level of your interest, you will find within our Society plenty to thrill and challenge you.
Hobbies and Interests
A site devoted to the species of bird known to science as Sphenisciformes, but otherwise known as cute.
Animals and Nature
Bell Technology Ltd
Bell Technology Ltd started from humble beginnings in 1991. We specialise in the supply of measurement instrumentation and laboratory equipment for industry, universities, research institutes and hospitals.
Waikato Coastal Database
The main objective of this project is to collate all available coastal and marine information for the Waikato region into one single source of information, freely available as a resource for government agencies, researchers, consultancies and the general public.
Louise Thomas - Wordwise Science Communication
Louise Thomas began freelance science writing in July 1998, since then she has completed numerous commissions about New Zealand science and technology for various mainstream media. In addition, she is a regular writer for the Royal Society of New Zealand's Alpha and Gamma series for secondary school science programmes.
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