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Making a difference – a paramedic’s life 

Being a paramedic isn't like what you see on TV but it has its own rewards and motivating moments.

Seven things to know before working in healthcare

Learning to love the science behind your profession is an important part of working in healthcare.

NZ students now eligible for NASA internships

Up to four Kiwis are now able to apply to become NASA interns next year

How to become a meteorologist

Want to earn money while predicting the future? If you have a scientific mind, you might enjoy becoming a meteorologist.

A helping hand: The life of an occupational therapist

The latest in our series of job profiles about real people, doing real jobs, is about Kerry, who is an occupational therapist.

Miraculous microbes: The life of a microbiologist

The latest in our series of real people, doing real jobs, features Becky, who is a microbiologist.

In sickness and in health: The life of an orthopedic nurse

The latest in our series of Q&A job profiles is about Kieran, who is a nurse in Hawke's Bay.

Testing the waters: The life of a freshwater ecologist

The latest in our series of Q&A career profiles of real people, doing real jobs,is about Kati, who is a freshwater ecologist.

The scientist who is helping change the world

Stefanie Zollmann is part of a wave of scientists who might just change the world.

Meet the scientist whose study is driven by her Maori culture

Yvonne Taura fell in love with science when she spent time with her kaumātua.
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