Reference

Science and Technology

Categories

* Agriculture
* Aquaculture and Fishing
* Associations and Institutes
* Astronomy
* Biology
* Building and Construction
* Chemistry
* Computers
* Earthquakes and Tsunamis
* Energy
* Engineering
* Environment
* Forestry and Arboriculture
* Horticulture
* Mathematics
* Mining & Minerals
* Physics
* Timber and Wood Technology
* Transport
* Weather
* Zoos, Botanic Gardens and Wildlife Parks

Sites

* Science & Technology @ Te Puna Web Directory
* Biosphere New Zealand : biotech for a new world
Initiative of New Zealand's biotechnology industry that showcases businesses and highlights investment opportunities in New Zealand's rapidly growing biotechnology sector.
* Biotechnology Learning Hub
Explores New Zealand's world-class biotechnology sectors and provides resources to support biotechnology teaching and learning in our schools. From Ministry of Research, Science and Technology.
* Brian Mason Scientific & Technical Trust
For the advancement of scientific and technical objectives in Canterbury and Westland, New Zealand.
* Co-Lab International
Connecting New Zealand with world science and technology - offers collaboration opportunities for New Zealand scientists or technologists.
* e=mc squared: the story of the universe
Lecture series celebrating the 100th anniversary of the three major insights into the workings of the universe published by Albert Einstein in 1905.
* GeoNet
Monitoring geological hazards (earthquake, volcano, landslide and tsunami) in New Zealand.
* IPENZ Engineering Heritage
IPENZ has an active programme for the identification and promotion of New Zealand’s engineering heritage. The objective of this Heritage Programme is to inspire and teach present and future generations about New Zealand’s engineering heritage by preserving the legacy of the past through its identification, maintenance and promotion.
* National Science-Technology Roadshow Trust
* New Zealand International Science Festival Inc.
* Prime Minister’s Science Prizes
The Prime Minister’s Science Prizes recognise the impact of science on New Zealanders’ lives. They are an opportunity for the people of New Zealand to celebrate the contribution of our current scientists and to encourage those of the future.
* The Royal Society of New Zealand
Society that promotes, invests in and celebrates excellence in people and ideas, for the benefit of all New Zealanders.
* Science @ Studyit: for NCEA students
Studyit is an online learning environment for NCEA science students.
* Science Learning Hub
Explores New Zealand's world-class research, science and technology sectors and provides resources to support science teaching and learning in our schools. From Ministry of Research, Science and Technology.
* Science New Zealand
Represents New Zealand’s nine Crown Research Institutes. Information about what they do, current research and opportunities for development and partnerships.
* TechNZ
Technology New Zealand, part of the Foundation for Research Science and Technology, helps businesses develop and adopt new technology and encourages innovation. Useful site with links to experts, training and useful guides on topics such as patents, intellectual property, joint venturing.