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  1. Culture Matters in Teaching and Learning - Professor Konai Helu Thaman

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    Professor Konai Helu Thaman says that using culture as a foundation for education is an opportunity often missed by traditional teaching practices in the 2016 New Zealand Aronui Lecture for the Royal…

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    • Professor Robert Kirshner 'Einstein's Blunder Undone'

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      Professor Robert Kirshner was the guest for the Royal Society of New Zealand's 2009 Distinguished Speaker Series. This talk was given on the 11 November 2009

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      • Navigating Climate Change: Communication and Politics - Talking Science

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        Associate Professor Max Boykoff, from Colorado-Boulder University in USA, talks candidly about whether we are effectively communicating climate change issues in a special series organised by the Royal…

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        • The demise of New Zealand's freshwaters: politics and science

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          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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          • Convicted for Science: Lesson's from L'Aquila

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            Dr Giulio Selvaggi, one of the Italian scientists convicted for the information given before the 2012 L'Aquila earthquake, tells his story in a special series organised by the Royal Society…

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            • Solution Science with IPCC's Professor Jim Skea

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              Professor Jim Skea, co-Chair of IPCC Working Group 3, on how science can inform the world's response to climate change.

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              • Picturing Science

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                Professor Massimiano Bucchi from the University of Trento, Italy, is interested in the role of images to communicate science from ancient times to our digital age. He shared some iconic science images…

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                • Ten by Ten: Sustaining the art of moko

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                  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…

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                  • Professor Steven Rose 'Can Neuroscience Explain the Mind'

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                    How close are we to solving the mystery of consciousness? How effective and appropriate are treatments for depression and Alzheimer’s Disease? Is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)…

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                    • Jim Al-Khalili on some of his favourite scientific paradoxes

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                      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…

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                      • Great Barrier Reef Passions - why history stories matter

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                        Professor Iain McCalman, University of Sydney, gave the 2015 New Zealand Aronui Lecture for the Royal Society of New Zealand, sharing historical stories about the people whose lives have been shaped…

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                        • Paper 2.0 making smart paper from plastic molecules

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                          Royal Society of New Zealand 2012 Distinguished Speaker Sir Richard Friend FRS, Cavendish Professor of Physics at Cambridge University, tells the story of how unexpected discoveries can lead to new…

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