<span style='background-color: #FEFF8F'>Read</span> <span style='background-color: #FEFF8F'>about</span> <span style='background-color: #FEFF8F'>Taranaki's</span> <span style='background-color: #FEFF8F'>Curious</span> <span style='background-color: #FEFF8F'>Minds</span> <span style='background-color: #FEFF8F'>projects</span>

Read about Taranaki's Curious Minds projects

Taranaki has seen more than 20 community science projects under the Curious Minds pilot programme.

More money for Taranaki’s <span style='background-color: #FEFF8F'>curious</span> <span style='background-color: #FEFF8F'>minds</span>

More money for Taranaki’s curious minds

Taranaki’s pilot programme to encourage communities to embrace science and technology has been so successful it is being extended for a third round, meaning more local science and tech projects can get off the ground.

<span style='background-color: #FEFF8F'>Curious</span> <span style='background-color: #FEFF8F'>Minds</span> back for 2018

Curious Minds back for 2018

Applications are now open for the 2018 round of Curious Minds Participatory Science Platform (PSP) funding.

Eight more Taranaki community science <span style='background-color: #FEFF8F'>projects</span> to go ahead

Eight more Taranaki community science projects to go ahead

A further eight community-led science projects have been green-lit under the Participatory Science Platform (PSP) pilot, locally known as Curious Minds Taranaki.

Beyond PSP for Auroa School

Beyond PSP for Auroa School

Taranaki's Auroa School has put science into action to track a range of animals around the region

More Taranaki people get to test their ideas with science

More Taranaki people get to test their ideas with science

Community-based science continues to thrive in Taranaki with the awarding of funding of over $100,000 to a further nine projects under the Curious Minds programme.

Student Summer Internship a win-win for Armatec and Lemual Chand

Student Summer Internship a win-win for Armatec and Lemual Chand

Wintec Batchelor of Engineering student Lemual Chand knows more about the conductivity of carbon fibre than most professional engineers.

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