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AgMARDT and BPA Funding Rounds Open Now

AgMARDT and BPA Funding Rounds Open Now

There are eight AgMARDT contestable funding rounds scheduled for 2018, with the next one closing Tuesday 06 March.

Internet of Manufacturing 2018

Internet of Manufacturing 2018

Join Callaghan Innovation on an international business delegation to the Internet of Manufacturing Conference in Chicago in June 2018.

PSP Legends: Richard Guy

PSP Legends: Richard Guy

If you were to open the beer fridge at the house of Richard and Brenda Guy you may be disappointed.

Dotterel Defenders

Dotterel Defenders

The Dotterel Defenders project is all about coastal communities coming together to identify and control threats to shorebirds that are dependent on conservation for their long term survival.

Tech Week is coming to Taranaki

Tech Week is coming to Taranaki

Techweek’18 is fast approaching, so if you are thinking of putting on, participating in, or sponsoring an event then we want to hear from you now!

Green light for Curious Minds

Green light for Curious Minds

Taranaki’s curious minds will be able to explore more ideas with science, thanks to an extension to the popular Participatory Science Platform. The programme has already supported almost two dozen projects in Taranaki, and has been renewed until mid-2019.

Hui Hakihea 2017

Hui Hakihea 2017

We had a fantastic little networking event on Thursday 14 December, filled with beautiful kai, korero, people and surroundings.

Survey confirms challenging times

Survey confirms challenging times

The results of the latest Taranaki Business Survey reflect similar surveys around the country, showing that the outlook for New Zealand’s economic conditions over the next 12-months has taken a dive, while the prognosis for the regional economy remains more optimistic.

Easy Permit a Winner

Easy Permit a Winner

Venture Taranaki were proud to sponsor and help organise Startup Weekend Taranaki into its third year.

Ko Nga Kowhitiwhiti – Watercress Collection, Instream Ecology, and External Influences

Ko Nga Kowhitiwhiti – Watercress Collection, Instream Ecology, and External Influences

How is surrounding land use affecting our streams? Is there a relationship between water quality and watercress health? The Ko Nga Kowhitiwhiti project is undertaking an investigation with relevance spanning waterway to dinner table.

Inanga Ora Ki Te Awa O Waitara

Inanga Ora Ki Te Awa O Waitara

Between August and November every year, Taranaki estuaries become inundated with migratory species of juvenile galaxiid and an individual species of net wielding hominoid. The galaxiid are better known as tasty translucent whitebait, and the hominoid as the fishermen trying to catch them. All those gracing the river banks dream of returning home with full buckets. But is this dream a reality?

Stone vs. Metal: the Motunui panels revealed

Stone vs. Metal: the Motunui panels revealed

For over 100 years anthropologists, ethnologists, and wood carvers have been debating if it is possible to tell whether a Māori carving has been done from stone or metal tools.

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