2021 Festival programme has been announced and tickets are available now!
The New Zealand International Science Festival returns to Dunedin 8-18 July 2021 with another huge offering of activities, shows and workshops for the whole family to enjoy during the school holidays. Our full programme and tickets are now available - get the July school holidays sorted!
Dunedin Study Exhibition on now!
On now in the old Smith's City building on Anderson's Bay Road, Slice of Life: The World Famous Dunedin Study provides an overview of the Dunedin Study, its methods, and its major findings and celebrates the lives of the Study Members.
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Our Moon: Then, Now & Beyond Exhibition
Explore the moon’s past, present, and future in the Our Moon: Then, Now, and Beyond exhibition. This is an exhibition not to be missed; an out-of-this-world experience where you can enter the orbit of our spectacular moon.
Big Science Show
Popular science communicator Amadeo returns with his assistant Bonnie for another big science adventure at the Teachers College Auditorium. Amadeo has a new assistant this time... and they don’t always see eye to eye.
Bang! Science Show
Frankenstein has finally decided what she wants to be when she grows up... a Super Villian! Together with her faithful sidekick, Igor, Frankenstein uses chemical experiments to come up with the perfect villain powers.
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NZ Science Festival announces massive 2021 programme, over 100 events.
The New Zealand International Science Festival in Dunedin has announced its full 2021 programme, its largest and most diverse to date. The...
More stellar events announced as part of the 2021 New Zealand International Science Festival
Creating young engineers with giant building blocks and an up-close experience with the Curiosity Rover, mathematicians with geometric papercraft,...
Brace yourself, serious science is set to explode as part of International Science Festival
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