Te Moeone – Growing for the Future

Te Moeone – Growing for the Future

Ngati Tawhirikura Hapu teamed up with horticultural scientists, crop technicians and soil specialists to explore how horticultural science could be used by community and home-based gardens.

Schoolyard Blues in South Taranaki

Schoolyard Blues in South Taranaki

Massey University in collaboration with Fonterra are putting blue cheese on the menu at Hawera High School. The Schoolyard Blues project aims to engage Taranaki students in the science of cheese making, and along the way create a blue cheese that is more attractive to a young audience.

Student Internships - adding real value to Taranaki businesses

Student Internships - adding real value to Taranaki businesses

Callaghan Innovation’s 2016/17 R&D Experience grants are now open for applications. The grants allow businesses to increase their R&D capability at minimal cost, using an undergraduate student over the summer break while also supporting students in developing and gaining technical skills in a commercial environment.

Maru Wai Matara

Maru Wai Matara

Led by Te Whenua Tōmuri Trust this project worked with Taranaki District Health Board, marae and schools to understand cultural and scientific indicators of river health.

Stone vs. Metal: the Motunui panels revealed

Stone vs. Metal: the Motunui panels revealed

For over 100 years anthropologists, ethnologists, and wood carvers have been debating if it is possible to tell whether a Māori carving has been done from stone or metal tools.

Inanga Ora Ki Te Awa O Waitara

Inanga Ora Ki Te Awa O Waitara

Between August and November every year, Taranaki estuaries become inundated with migratory species of juvenile galaxiid and an individual species of net wielding hominoid. The galaxiid are better known as tasty translucent whitebait, and the hominoid as the fishermen trying to catch them. All those gracing the river banks dream of returning home with full buckets. But is this dream a reality?

R&D Foundations

R&D Foundations

Taranaki is full of great business stories that very few people know about. When high-profile state owned enterprise MetService bought a 49 percent stakeholding in New Plymouth company MetOcean, one such story deservedly gained a lot more attention.

New publication lifts lid on <span style='background-color: #FEFF8F'>Taranaki's</span> food production

New publication lifts lid on Taranaki's food production

Despite employing more than 4300 people and contributing over $340 million, Taranaki's food production often flies beneath the radar. Until now that is.

Taking good global

Taking good global

The Free Range Company was founded November 2015, looking to create effective natural products that were produced in New Zealand, and had a minimal impact on the environment.

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