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Reaching 1,000 stories online

We're excited to announce that the Futureintech website now offers one thousand profiles of people working in technology, engineering and science-related jobs.

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Published November 2017
 

Humanitarian engineering workshops for girls

Futureintech is running Hello Café workshops in 10 schools around New Zealand – starting this week. The programme introduces girls to engineering concepts in the context of humanitarian challenges such as clean water, emergency housing and solar lighting.

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Published October 2017
 

Lincoln students 'adopt' scientists

Lincoln High School students are taking their research beyond the school science lab. They've been working on projects mentored by scientists from local companies and educational institutions – and it's had a big impact on their work.

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Published October 2017
 

Who will employ me? Exploring employer profiles

We've just made it easier for students to browse through our collection of profiles of employers in STEM-related industries. Has your company or organisation taken advantage of this opportunity to market themselves to the technologists, engineers and scientists of the future?

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Published October 2017
 

Creating a robotic cupcake vending machine

Process technologist Brooke Clark is working with the Technohackers group at Whangarei Girls' High School. They're designing a vending machine that will contain pre-made cupcake shells that are filled and topped by the robot based on a customer's selections from a menu of flavoured icings and garnishes.

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Published August 2017
 


 

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