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More information about the Eureka! programmes and the Eureka! Event and Competition rules can be found below.
Age: Year 11 to Undergraduate
Format: Presentations with slides
The Sir Paul Callaghan Eureka Awards are a competition where contestants present speeches on a science, technology, engineering or mathematics idea of their choosing and how the idea will make New Zealand a better place. The competition gets students to investigate how big ideas from around the world could increase New Zealand's economic, environmental and social wealth and wellbeing.
Age: Year 7 to 13
Entry: Through your school or online
Format: A video up to 5 minutes in length
The Eureka Video Awards are an opportunity for students to use digital media to communicate their understanding of science and technology. In preparing for the awards students will investigate how science and technology could be or is being applied to their local community.
Age: Year 4 to 8
Entry: Through your school
Format: Investigation with short group or individual presentations
Junior Eureka introduces students to how science and technology is being applied in their local community. The programme also gets students accustomed to talking about science and technology with their friends, family and classmates.