This week we look at what Hadleigh Frost has been up to.
Alumni Updates is an ongoing series where we will post life, education, research and career updates from Eureka Alumni around the world.
Undergrad and secondary school students have ten days left to submit their entries for the 2019 Sir Paul Callaghan Eureka! Awards. Competitors can take home a range of awards, scholarships and internships worth over $90,000, to meet other bright students and to connect with some of New Zealand's best organisations.
It's only two weeks until twelve aspiring young science leaders face the judging panel in 2018 Sir Paul Callaghan Eureka! Awards National Finals.
The late Sir Paul Callaghan would have been thrilled to see that this year's Eureka! Awards has attracted a record number of entries.
The Eureka! Trust wants to acknowledge the great contribution teachers make to our programme which (as our Mission Statement says) seeks "to identify and foster young leaders whop, through their knowledge of science, technology, engineering or mathematics, their entrepreneurial vision and persuasive communication skills, will bring about the vision of New Zealand as foreseen by Sir Paul Callaghan."
Immediately following his victory in the 2016 Sir Paul Callaghan Eureka Awards Scots College student Andrew Tang departed for the US to visit Silicon Valley on a Young Enterprise Scheme tour.
When he got back he wrote this article for us to describe his trip and how his Eureka experience had been relevant.