Lectures and Presentations

  1. Professor Ngahuia Te Awekotuku, University of Waikato, gives a Ten by Ten talk on sustaining the art of moko as part of a series celebrating 20 years of the Marsden Fund. (NOTE: This video is audio with a few images)

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  2. Dr Mike Joy gives the 2014 Charles Fleming Lecture for the Royal Society of New Zealand as the 2013 recipient of the Charles Fleming Award for Environmental Achievement

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  3. James Sneyd FRSNZ, Professor of Applied Mathematics at the University of Auckland and jazz violinist, gave an At Six talk at the Royal Society of New Zealand on the interplay between maths and music. He outlined some of the failed attempts over 2000 years of Western culture to understand or compose music through mathematics and then explained that the construction of patterns is a far more fundamental connection between the worlds of mathematics and music.

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  4. In this lecture, organised by the Royal Society of New Zealand, Professor Jim Al-Khalili talks about some of his favourite scientific paradoxes that baffle, delight and enlighten, from Schrödinger’s famous cat in the box that is dead and alive at the same time to Olbers’ paradox about why the sky gets dark at night.

    Professor Jim Al-Khalili OBE is a theoretical physicist, author and broadcaster in the UK.

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  5. This Ten by Ten talk organised by the Royal Society of New Zealand discusses how childhood memory develops. Professor Harlene Hayne's research has been supported by the Marsden Fund, which is celebrating 20 years in 2014.

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