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Grants totalling $11.2 million are being given to GNS Science for a variety of research projects, including a window coating that can help generate electricity.


Ever since the devastating Canterbury earthquakes there has been a big focus on one of New Zealand’s highly prone areas, the Alpine Fault, and researchers have added new warnings about what may lie ahead.


A large-scale marine survey in Marlborough Sound provided scientists with an added bonus – the uncovering of 10 shipwrecks.


A structural geology specialist will give a talk to the Nelson Discussion Group on some of the district’s regional geology that requires a better understanding.

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A geological map of Tongariro National Park will add to understanding not only of the area’s geology but how various volcanoes have performed over the eons.


Scientists in New Zealand have been looking at the deeper plumbing of Tongariro to get a greater understanding its workings.


Presentations on post-graduate projects will be covered at next week’s Dunedin Minerals Industry networking event.


A talk for the AusIMM set down to be held in Waihi late tomorrow afternoon has been cancelled.


Gold buffs will be drawn to a talk at the AusIMM’s Nelson Discussion Group by a mining identity who has for years been reviewing what has become known as the forgotten goldfield.


New research on the pink and white terraces at Lake Rotomahana confirmed their fate following the Mount Tarawera eruption.

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