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Experience a world you can't imagine in our new WWI gallery Pou Kanohi
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Experience life as a WWI soldier in Pou Kanohi Gallery
Honour and remember New Zealand's servicemen and women.
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Venue hire at Auckland Museum
FRI 31 AUG, 5:30PM - 8PM & SAT 1 SEP, 9AM - 5PM
FREE WITH MUSEUM ENTRY, LEVEL 3, AUCKLAND MUSEUM
The NIWA Auckland Science and Technology Fair, which is an annual event, celebrates the excellence in scientific and technological investigation carried out by Auckland City Year 7 to Year 13 students.
Science is the gathering and processing of data using scientific methods in response to an observation and/or hypothesis. Technology is the process of development of a useful, high quality device, or environment in response to an identified need or opportunity.
The judging panel is comprised of experienced teachers, scientists, engineers and technologists.
The exhibits are judged against criteria, which enables the winning senior exhibits to be nominated to the RSNZ Powering Potential programme and International Science and Technology Fairs.
The NIWA Auckland Science and Technology Fair acknowledges that Science and Technology covers all cultures and is an international language.
The Organising Committee includes Science and Technology teachers and NIWA representatives.
Judging Day - Fri 31 August
Public viewing 5:30pm to 8pm
Viewing and Packdown - Sat 1 Sep
Public viewing from 9am to 5pm