Realise the Dream

Curtis, Yvonne
January 2005
Future Times;2005, Vol. 1, p9
Provides an overview of a visit to the Industrial Research Ltd. and Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences Ltd. sites in Gracefield, New Zealand, arranged by Futures Thinking Aotearoa for finalists in the Genesis Energy Realize the Dream competition. Executives from both companies who welcomed the students; Scientists who gave presentations and demonstrations; Exercises and sessions taken by the students.


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