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A former outdoor education camp in 40 hectares of regenerated bush in Raglan will re-open its doors in 2020 as a rebooted school camp where young innovators will have their pick of technology and science to find solutions to real-world problems.Read more...
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Chris and Sue Kay have invested more than $1 million to build an energy-efficient eHaus in Te Awamutu because they want a comfortable home within walking distance of everything they might need for their retirement years.Hamilton-based eHaus licencee Ross Brown says the proje...
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A University of Waikato PhD student plans to harness the power of New Zealand’s coastlines to provide affordable, clean and sustainable electricity using wave power.Danielle Bertram, originally from South Africa, has been studying the ocean’s potential to generate renewa...
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This was the question posed at a recent FLINT Waikato event in Hamilton where participants provided their views from the perspective of energy, farming, zero waste and technology in general, to an audience made of technology sector representatives, small business, council an...
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There are several applications of machine learning in the real world. Some of which are medical diagnoses and even detection of contaminants in soil samples.Add to that the project of researchers that involves investigating whether machine learning can be used to protect New...
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The first study of little blue penguin in North Taranaki is being credited with giving the at-risk bird a better chance of survival in the region."We've been working with young citizen scientists from Puketapu School and Devon Intermediate who've been helping us developing t...
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An elaborate project is underway at Sanctuary Mountain Maungatautari with the hopes of getting a greater insight into the protection of its inhabitants.In October 2018, the Cacophony Project began with the conduction of regular audio recordings at one of the high points...
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