Dancers performed at the Hahakaranga - Te Whanau o Matariki event at Toitu Otago Settlers Museum yesterday.
The latest New Zealand International Science Festival has proved highly popular but also met its brief to energise and "inspire" young people about everyday science, organisers say.
Robots, information technology displays, a water energy demonstration and a free lunch were among the many attractions for school pupils at a ''science in action day'' at the Otago Polytechnic.
Australian computer expert Ally Watson helps (from left, facing camera), Olivia Pointon and Brianna Paterson and Camille Genobe during a ''Coding Fundamentals'' workshop during the latest New Zealand International Science Festival.
The Keogh family react to a large bubble at yesterday’s Dunedin kindergarten open day at the 11th two-yearly New Zealand International Science Festival in Dunedin.
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Dan Hendra is the director of the 2018 New Zealand International Science Festival, which will be held in Dunedin next month.
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Dunedin Astronomical Society president Ash Pennell (left) and committee member Stu Todd make adjustments to the 14-inch reflector telescope at Beverly Begg Observatory.