Ask me anything

Welcome to Ask Me Anything! - the science podcast for curious kids.

This series aims to link schools directly with our resource of world-leading scientists at Plant & Food Research, to help with answering questions that students (and teachers) may have about areas of their current biology-related science curriculum topics or themes, with a unique New Zealand spin and local context wherever possible.  Each podcast will have a theme to allow other schools to search, listen and share the information.

If you like what you hear, and can see how your school or cluster could be involved to learn, create and share more great podcasts, please contact the team on scigest@plantandfood.co.nz, with your contact details and the biology-related area you’d like to ‘scigest’, and we’ll link you in!

Owairaka District School, invertebrates with room 8 - part 3

Owairaka District School, invertebrates with room 8 - part 3

Welcome to part 3 and our last Ask Me Anything podcast from students in Room 8, Owairaka District school in Mt Albert, Auckland. Our scientist answering their questions is Dr Nicholas Martin an Entomologist (insect scientist) at Plant & Food Research who has spent over 40 years studying insects, and naming a few new species too!

 
Owairaka District School, invertebrates with room 8 - part 2

Owairaka District School, invertebrates with room 8 - part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of a 3 part Ask Me Anything podcast series with questions from students in Room 8, Owairaka District school in Mt Albert, Auckland. Our scientist answering their questions this week is Dr Nicholas Martin an Entomologist (insect scientist) at Plant & Food Research who has spent over 40 years studying insects, and naming a few new species too!

 
Owairaka District School, invertebrates with room 8 - part 1

Owairaka District School, invertebrates with room 8 - part 1

Welcome to Part 1 of our very first Ask Me Anything podcast with questions from students in Room 8, Owairaka District school in Mt Albert, Auckland. Our scientist answering their questions this week is Dr Nicholas Martin an Entomologist (insect scientist) at Plant & Food Research who has spent over 40 years studying insects, and naming a few new species too!

 
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