Dr C. Hooker operating a radio machine that grows crystals
Views of Antarctica visitors, astronaut, David Scott, and Eberhard Rees, America's National Aeronautics and Space Administration, representative.
The Department of Scientific and Industrial Research in Lincoln. [Frame 1] Dr. H. C. Smith. [Frames 2 to 3] John Lammerink.
Dr. H. C. Smith of the crop research division at the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research in Lincoln.
Newspaper caption: Over two hundred farmers and other visitors were conducted over the experimental plots at Lincoln College last Thursday, the occasion being the annual gathering known as Farmers'...
Mr William Austin (left) of the United States Antarctic Research Programme, the incumbent representative in New Zealand, and his replacement Dr Richard Penney at Operation Deep Freeze.
The interior of the Boeing 707 Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory at Christchurch Airport. [Frames 14 to 15] Robert Peterson and John Wolcott.
Scientist Dr Jai Chung with bean plants in a glasshouse at Lincoln College. They are part of a bean-breeding programme by the crop research division of the Department of Scientific Research and...
Food technologist, Norma Miller, of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research with potatoes.
Portraits of Malcolm Flain, a salmon scientist.
Portraits of chairman of the department of mineral sciences at the Smithsonian Institution, Dr B. H. Mason.
Views of J.B Stott along with other scientists with the plasma arc reactor machine.
Views of a rain simulating machine constructed at Lincoln University. Pictured in frames three to six is Tej Bahadur Khatri Chhetri, an agricultural scientist who worked on the machine.
Views of Maurie Duncan operating a large rain simulating machine.
Portraits of Lincoln University agricultural scientists. Pictured in frames one and two is To Phuc Tuong, frames three and four is Bruce Judd and in frames five and six is Tej Bahadur Khatri Chhetri.
Portraits of James Cason, an American scientist.
Fred Downing and Bob Appleyard with science equipment at the University of Canterbury chemistry department open day.
American scientist Don Horning with his wife Carol and insect traps they brought back from Snares Island, at the University of Canterbury where he lectures.
Murray James McEwan sitting at a desk in the chemistry department at the University of Canterbury.
Martin Lamb playing a piano in a science laboratory at the University of Canterbury.
Portraits of Department of Scientific and Industrial Research botany scientist Dr B. P. J. Molloy.
National Radiation Laboratory scientist J. McCahon with an air sampler and a personal radiation dose meter.
Portraits of chief scientist Miss Mary Alice McWhinnie with her assistant, Mrs Christine Kirchenberg. They are on board the United States Navy research ship Eltanin.