Science stories - Page 2
Hutt Valley teacher paves the way for tech, wins a Prime Minister’s Prize
“Educating our next generation of scientists and explorers is a hugely important job, it’s fantastic to see Dianne recognised for her hard work."
Researchers use brain-scanning tech to ‘read’ students’ brains
Yes you read right. What if we could read students’ brains and see what they’re thinking?
BioLumic: Using the near-magical properties of UV light to increase crop production
BioLumic increases crop yields by applying ultraviolet (UV) light to seeds, seedlings, and plants in very specific “recipes” to control their growth patterns.
Publons: Speeding up science through the power of peer review
Scientific research is the key thing that moves our society forward, expanding the boundaries of human knowledge, enabling us to rigorously test which things are true, false, or needing further inquiry.
3D tech helps Kiwi scientists understand more about genes
Scientists working in NZ are using 3D technologies, namely 3D digital models, to understand more about how gene crowding affects cell development.
Engender: Laser guided sperm
Or, Star Trek comes to the farm gate. A boost to dairy income. Reducing unnecessary culling of bobby calves. No matter how you look at it, Engender Technologies is very cool.
3D printing a priority for schools, says Wanhao
“The future is now and NZ cannot risk the chance of falling behind when it comes to having educational programmes that change the lives of students."
Expert: ‘e’ tag in eResearch will eventually disappear...
"There’s so much data we don’t know how to process it," says Dr Jo Lane.
Tweeting for science
This is the first ever ScienceTeller festival, a gathering of science storytellers who use their art to celebrate the wonders of the natural world.
To test or not to test?
<span style="font-size: 14pt;">Testing is just one tool recruiters have in their arsenal,but how effective is it?<br />The ideal solution in recruitment is to match the ‘right’ candidate to the ‘right’ job in the ‘right’ organisation.