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Brand new Nanogirl Live! science show touring NZ this November
Posted on 2-Aug-2019 16:38 News, STEM

Nanogirl Live! will bring its signature explosive theatrics back to the stage for its fourth New Zealand tour this November, performing it's all-new live show, Bring on the Noise.

Dr Michelle Dickinson MNZM hosts podcast: Stupid Questions for Scientists
Posted on 17-Mar-2017 19:15 News, STEM

Each episode pairs a top scientist with one of New Zealand's best-loved comedians - with Michelle at the helm they explore some of life's big science questions.

Nanogirl Tour reaches 7500 across first three centres
Posted on 9-Dec-2016 11:09 News, STEM

With the support of Spark, the University of Auckland Faculty of Engineering, the MacDiarmid Institute and Beca, the tour is visiting seven centres around New Zealand between December 2nd and December 17th.

N4L helps OMGTech! support teachers through Pond
Posted on 2-Oct-2015 09:11 News, STEM

OMGTech!, a charitable education initiative getting more Kiwi kids interested in STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering & maths), will be using online learning hub Pond to make its educational resources accessible to all New Zealand schools.

OMG Tech! launches mission to get more NZ kids into tech
Posted on 1-Oct-2015 10:10 News, STEM

OMG Tech!, a new initiative to amp up the interest of kiwi kids in technology, was officially launched at a function at Spark HQ in central Auckland last night. The fundraising event was attended by a host of business, political and tech industry leaders.

Nanogirl named as Bright Sparks ambassador
Posted on 5-May-2015 10:55 News, STEM

New Bright Sparks ambassador Michelle Dickinson encourages girls to get involved in technology.

Nanogirl wins science communication award
Posted on 13-Nov-2014 10:49 News, STEM

Michelle Dickinson, one of the country's most recognisable scientists, has been awarded one of the year's top honours for her work in making science accessible to a wide range of New Zealanders.