Tagged: video

Project Mātauranga: indigenous knowledge and science in action - Mātau Taiao

Laura Goodall Mar 08, 2016

A good starting place for better understanding Mātauranga Māori in the scientific world, is to watch an episode or two from Māori TV’s Project Mātauranga. Project Mātauranga is a television series that celebrates Māori innovation in the science sector. There are thirteen episodes that show how Western Science and Māori knowledge systems are combining to provide solutions to problems. Presented by Dr … Read More

Four homegrown science media projects worth checking out - Griffin's Gadgets

Peter Griffin Dec 03, 2015

The Science Communicator’s conference was held in Wellington earlier this week and saw a diverse and impressive range of presentations from New Zealand and Australian science communicators.  I gave a session on the second day of the SCANZ conference showcasing four projects that involve scientists exploring innovative ways to communicate science. All of these projects are only really getting off the … Read More

Making the impenetrable penetrable- science articles as videos - Ice Doctor

Victoria Metcalf Jun 19, 2015

  I love writing, especially blog posts, as they’re my chance to be creative – to have a voice. I invest a lot of me in everything I write, but if you’ve read any of my previous posts you’ll be well aware of that already. I started blogging because I felt oppressed and without a creative outlet; yet I … Read More

‘Always be pitching, looking for feedback’ – Wipster’s Rollo Wenlock - Stick

Peter Kerr Nov 19, 2013

“Get your idea out there as much as possible, pitch it to everyone, even to strangers in a cafe, see what happens. If it doesn’t resonate, you probably don’t have anything.” That was Wipster head sherang’s advice given at Wellington’s … Continue reading → … Read More