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Cut To Size Plastics named a Bulk Handling Awards finalist for its Split Plummer Blocks
Cut To Size Plastics has been recognised in the innovative technology category of the 2016...
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Electrical award presented
Samuel Birch won the General Cable Millennium Award 2012 in September.He was presented with the award in Hamilton by Glenn McManus, General Cables’ account manager - special projects, and the NZEI’s secretary/manager Allan Hill.
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Innovation brings award success
Foam and fibre product provider Nexus Foams has won the 2012 Westpac Auckland South Business awards.
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Energy savings win award
Energy efficiency initiatives have helped Trevelyan’s Pack and Cool take out the Emerging Large Business award at the 2012 Sustainable Business Network awards.
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Albany engineering students to represent NZ
A team of engineering students from Massey University’s Albany campus have won the 2012 Engineers Without Borders New Zealand University Challenge, and will represent New Zealand at the Australian Challenge finals in Melbourne on December 4.
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Morrinsville Youth Captures National Engineering Scholarship
Waikato secondary education can take a bow with Morrinsville student Craig Piggott winning the Maintenance Engineering Society of New Zealand’s 2013 Engineering Scholarship.
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$54.6 million for researchers
A total of 86 research projects have been allocated $54.6 million of funding in this year’s Marsden Fund grants.
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Junior rocket scientists sought for New Zealand Rocketry Contest
The inaugural New Zealand Rocketry Challenge is set to take off
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Going up the wall
Christchurch business Invert Robotics has beaten more than 750 businesses from across New Zealand to take the top prizes in the 2012 ANZ Flying Start Business Plan Competition.
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BEV receives national recognition
The students behind the battery electric vehicle which successfully drove from Auckland to Bluff, have been highly commended for their work.
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Fieldays Innovation Awards
The Innovation Centre, powered by the University of Waikato, is the showcase for the best industry developments and inventions, improving New Zealand farming practices
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Entries open for New Zealand Innovators Awards
One of New Zealand’s best known innovators, Sir Ray Avery, is calling upon Kiwi innovators and innovative organisations to get recognised.
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Easing the cost of training
We all know that training to become a highly skilled and productive worker is a huge commitment – a commitment of time and effort, and of course money. That’s why Competenz, the industry training organisation for the engineering and manufacturing industries, has awarded three scholarships – helping to ease the financial pain.
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University awards commercialisation stars
Commercialisation Medals to reward and recognise the commercialisation of university research were awarded at a special ceremony at The University of Auckland on 1 May 2012. Medals were awarded to Inductive Power Technology (IPT) researchers Professor John Boys and Associate Professor Grant Covic.
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Businesses urged to enter Skills Highway Awards
If your business is investing in its people by offering workplace literacy training, it’s time to enter the EEO Trust’s Skills Highway Award.
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