First open access issue of the NZSR: Our first fully open access volume of the New Zealand Science Review, a special issue on Te Ara Paerangi marked as our Volume 78 (2022), is now available on the NZSR website.
Call for Papers - Special Issue on the University Crisis: The NZSR editorial board has issued a call for papers relating to the crisis in our university system and its impact on the research and science system. See the NZSR website for full details.
Election Panel: Check out the video from our election panel.
Membership Renewal: Log in, then click on your name in the upper left corner, and check out the options. If you have failed recurring credit card payments, please click to "stop" the payments and reenter your card details. If you've forgotten your password, just go to the login screen, enter the email which we're sending mail to, and click on the password reset link on the bottom of the page.
News: We are now hosting a cross-institution cross-discipline Early Career Researcher group.
The New Zealand Association of Scientists (NZAS) is an independent body that stands for and advocates for science and scientists in New Zealand.
We are made up of a wide cross-section of the New Zealand science community, from University departments to CRIs to those working in independent research organisations or in science-related policy development who work and lobby to:
The Association membership includes physical, natural, mathematical and social scientists and welcomes members with an interest in science education, policy, communication and the social impact of science and technology.
The Association is a non-profit incorporated society and is a registered charity. It is managed by an executive council drawn from the membership. The NZAS publishes a quarterly journal, the New Zealand Science Review (NZSR) with articles on research and on science policy.
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