Céline Cattoën-Gilbert researches how to develop, improve and communicate flood forecasting models. She tells the story of the day the models made her pause.
The digital twins approach pioneered by NASA is now making an autonomous shuttle between Marton and Feilding possible for Ngā Iwi o Te Reureu.
Field work is archaeologist Alex Queenin’s happy place.
Amongst all the random occurrences in the world, do certain ones have a lasting impact?
We need systematic, collaborative and whole-of-community action to build a more just research system.
Chrissie Painting takes a peek at the sex lives of giraffe weevils.
Dianne Sika-Paotonu and Jonathan Tonkin have been recognised in the 2022 Prime Minister’s Science Prizes.
Claire Grant explores top-down and bottom-up approaches to water scarcity in Central Hawke’s Bay.
It’s lucky that Jed Thompson-Fawcett’s supervisor didn’t tell him how much the equipment he was working was worth before she let him do an experiment with it.
Today we welcome 35 new principal investigators from across Aotearoa New Zealand to Te Pūnaha Matatini.
When the Crown Pastoral Land Reform Bill passed its third reading in May 2022, Ann Brower was delivering a shared inaugural lecture with Alex James.
Dr William Godsoe is an ecologist who tries to match observations of biological diversity with rigorous statistical modelling.