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Welcome to the Association for Women in the Sciences
Latest NewsAWIS has submitted their thoughts to the Minister for Science & Innovation on the National Statement of Science Investment.
We encourage women to use and develop their scientific abilities and to achieve their full potential.
Our Aims are to:
- Provide a network for women interested or working in the sciences to share scientific information, experience and skills.
- Explore and speak on issues relating to women and science.
- Provide social interaction with others who have similiar interests.
- Assist girls and women to gain confidence in their role in the sciences and increase self knowledge.
- Provide visibility for women in the sciences and to support women to achieve visibility in the sciences.
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World Science WeekWorld Science Week is coming to New Zealand. More than 2,000 scientists and science advisors will be in Auckland from the 25th August, at a variety of events. Check out which ones might interest you at http://www.royalsociety.org.nz/events/world-science-week-new-zealand/
25th August 2014
Kelly Tikao was the 2011 recipient of the Ria McBride Research Award from the New Horizons for Women Trust for her project: Looking to the Past to Improve the Future Iho – a Cord Between Two Worlds