Tagged: Yuri Gagarin

“Just So Science” – The Butterfly that Stamped - Just So Science

Elf Eldridge Apr 12, 2011

I wanted to use my first post to welcome one of our national symbols to the folds of nanoscience! Say hello to Eudyptula minor, Korora in Maori or the Little Blue Penguin to its friends. Little Blue Penguin These quirky little critters have just been shown, by a group from Yale and Akron Universities (sadly without any Kiwi institutions contributing), … Read More

Global premier: First Orbit - misc.ience

Aimee Whitcroft Apr 11, 2011

Now, ordinarily I don’t use my blog to push events*. Yuri Gagarin in Sweden However, and having said that, sometimes something comes along which looks to be particularly fascinating.  And tomorrow, just such as  thing is to take place. Sadly, the Auckland event is booked out * sniff *, but Wellingtonian’s have … Read More

Something to celebrate - Open Parachute

Ken Perrott Apr 05, 2011

US Astronaut, Ron Garan, is spending today travelling on board a Russian Soyuz vehicle up to  the Inernational Space Station for a 5 ½ month stint. He finished his last post at his blog, FRAGILE OASIS, before the launch with … Continue reading → … Read More