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Groundwater finds its way to surface water – but where?
Heather Martindale sampling in the Hutt River. Heather
Martindale (GNS Science Water Dating Laboratory Snr Technican) recently
graduated with a Masters in Environmental Management from Massey University in Palmerston
North. Her project looked at “The use of...
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Small but powerful XRF-device
Figure 1 : Adam
Martin is using the  hand-held  XRF in the field. This method   has  the  advantage
of  giving a  result straight  away  and helps deciding which samples should  be
send to a Laboratory to  get a more precise answer. Adam
Martin is a Researc...
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Iron nano-particle magnetic sensor – a new device to measure magnetic fields
Magnetic field measurements are found in many
applications around us. This ranges from the compass system in our smartphones,
vehicle detection for traffic lights, metal detection at airport security to
non-contact measurements in power supplies. While many...
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Pioneering nuclear scientist – yet another Kiwi success
Thomas Athol Rafter
was born in 1913 in Wellington. After graduating in 1938 at Victoria University
College, he started teaching, as there were no jobs as a research scientist
available.   In 1940 a position at the Dominion Laboratory became
available and h...
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What do children breathe inside school classrooms?
Bill Trompetter is showing an air sample filter. Air particulate
scientist Bill Trompetter led a project to determine levels of air particulates
and their sources inside school classrooms. This was achieved by comparing the
air quality from a normal classro...
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