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Creating a robotic cupcake vending machine

Process technologist Brooke Clark is working with the Technohackers group at Whangarei Girls' High School. They're designing a vending machine that will contain pre-made cupcake shells that are filled and topped by the robot based on a customer's selections from a menu of flavoured icings and garnishes.

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Published August 2017
 

A good week for engineering

Earlier this month, a highly successful 2017 Week of Engineering was held in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. The event involved public expos on the Saturday, workplace and site visits for senior secondary school students during the week, and screenings of an engineering film.

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Published August 2017
 

South Auckland schools the winners in the Tiaki competition

Futureintech supported a new initiative run by the Manukau Beautification Charitable Trust that brings together ten South Auckland schools and industry mentors to work on environmentally-themed projects.

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Published August 2017
 

The details of delivering diversity

We've made some changes to how we record our Ambassadors' ethnicity and gender, and encourage you to get in touch if you'd like to check or change the information we have about you.

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Published August 2017
 

Becoming Engineering New Zealand

IPENZ – the host organisation of the Futureintech programme – will officially unveil its new name on 1 October and launch a new membership pathway structure.

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Published August 2017
 


 

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