Association News

NZAS Annual Conference 2017 draft programme

The draft programme for the NZAS 2017 Conference is now available (attached). 

Registrations are now open (link) on Eventbrite for the New Zealand Association of Scientists 2017 conference "Beyond the Usual Suspects - NZ Science at Large", to be held Wednesday 21 June 2017 9am to 7pm at the Royal Society of New Zealand, Wellington.

NZAS Awards nominations for 2017 open (due Monday 31 July)

Applications/nominations for the NZAS Awards (Marsden, Shorland, Hill Tinsley, Science Communicator medals) are due Monday July 31. Details of how to apply are here.

Register for the NZAS Annual Conference 2017 - Beyond the Usual Suspects: NZ Science at Large

Registrations are now open (link) on Eventbrite for the New Zealand Association of Scientists 2017 conference, to be held Wednesday 21 June 2017 9am to 7pm at the Royal Society of New Zealand, Wellington.

(Updated 02.05.17 with speakers list)

 

Speakers include:

NZAS Submission on Government's clean water proposals

The NZAS submission on the Ministry for the Environment's clean water proposals (submissions closed to the public on 28 April) is here.

 

March for Science on April 22

On April 22nd, Earth Day, New Zealanders were the first in the world to march in support of science. The March for Science occurred in over 600 cities around the world, as well as many other parts of the world, including in Antarctica and underwater in the Pacific Ocean.

NZAS Council members Nicola Gaston and Peter Buchanan were even supporting the march in Washington, D.C. 

Beyond the Usual Suspects: NZ Science at Large - NZAS Conference 2017

Beyond the Usual Suspects: NZ Science at Large

Membership fees updated for 2016-2017

Membership fees for 2016/2017 and information about joining the New Zealand Association of Scientists have been updated. Please go here for details.

NZAS Press Release: Science is, sometimes, political

The NZAS press release about the impact of the new US administration on science and on the forthcoming March for Science is here.

 

 


Science is, sometimes, political

The New Zealand Association of Scientists (NZAS) is deeply concerned by the impact of the new US administration.

New issue - NZSR 73(2)

The latest issue of New Zealand Science Review -  NZSR 73(2) - can be found here.

 

Contents

President’s report for 2015/16

NZAS President's report from 2016 AGM

The NZAS President's report, delivered by Craig Stevens at the 2016 NZAS AGM at GNS Avalon, Lower Hutt on October 26th, is attached.