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New Zealand’s young innovators have been set a mission of creating an InsectBot capable of surviving on Mars for the chance to win an exclusive VIP tour of the Rocket Lab facilities. The Great InsectBot Mission Competition is being led by STEM Wana Trust ahead of Tauranga STEM Festival,...

David Greig David is the President of the Tauranga Astronomical Society where he has been a member for 11 years, since 2011. He’s had a life-long interest in space / astronomy since when as a child he bought his first telescope at 14 years old, more than 40 years...

12 July 2022 1. These terms and conditions (Terms) apply to all participants in The Great InsectBot Mission Competition (Competition) promoted by the STEM Wana Trust (SWT). 2. By entering the Competition, you are deemed to agree to these Terms without qualification. If you do not agree to be...

Terms and Conditions Tauranga STEM Festival Mascot competition is open to residents of the Bay of Plenty aged 8 – 12 years old. All entrants should ask permission from a parent or guardian before entering. Please see the form attached for parents/guardian to sign. Only one artwork per artist...

This year the organising team wanted our talented STEM whānau to help us come up with a superhero mascot for STEMFest 2021 that solves an environmental problem using STEM superpowers. Entries came in from young people across Tauranga and during the July school holidays we also hosted a special...

During the school holidays 19th April – 2nd May 2021, we invited our families to take part in the STEM Explorer Trail in Tauranga’s CBD. We had reports of lots of STEM explorers enjoying the activity and getting out and about. There was a very special stop at Craniums...