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The New Zealand Tree Project

This innovative film and photography venture, involving a small team of scientists, photographers/videographers and tree climbers, captures majestic trees in great detail from groundbreaking new angles.

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  • Waikato
  • Exhibition

Date and time

Until 18 February 2018

Who for

Everyone

National Biomechanics Day: seeking schools!

The National Biomechanics Day project teams are inviting schools to take part in this awesome day that explores the physics and biology of movement - from arm wrestling to animals to animations.

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  • Auckland
  • Bay of Plenty
  • Waikato
  • Manawatu/Wanganui
  • Wellington
  • Otago
  • Canterbury
  • Activity

Date and time

Register by Thurs 1 March

Who for

Schools

Seaweek - Kaupapa Moana 2018

The 2018 theme for Seaweek – Kaupapa Moana – is ‘Toiora te Moana, Toiora te Tangata – Healthy Seas, Healthy People’. It highlights our many connections with the sea and ways we can keep our coastline and seas healthy for all.

Event details

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  • Northland
  • Auckland
  • Bay of Plenty
  • Gisborne
  • Hawkes Bay
  • Taranaki
  • Waikato
  • Manawatu/Wanganui
  • Wellington
  • Southland
  • West Coast
  • Tasman District
  • Otago
  • Nelson City
  • Marlborough
  • Canterbury
  • Citizen/participatory science
  • Activity
  • Competition
  • Exhibition
  • Workshop/Conference
  • Talk/Show
  • Festival

Date and time

Sat 3 March - Sun 11 March

Who for

Everyone - from teachers to kaitiaki

Te Whaanau Maarama: The Heavenly Bodies

This ground-breaking exhibition curated by Mātauranga Māori (Māori knowledge) experts shines the spotlight on Māori astronomy and examines the traditional Māori societal view of the night sky and how it is being revitalised in the modern world.

Event details

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  • Waikato
  • Exhibition

Date and time

Until Friday 13 July 2018

Who for

Everyone

Milk Matters

How is milk made and processed? Why is the Waikato considered the ‘dairy capital of New Zealand’? This interactive exhibition created for children and families explores the issues and advancements in agricultural science.

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  • Waikato
  • Exhibition

Date and time

Now and ongoing

Who for

Children and families