The Royal Society of New Zealand is an independent statutory organisation that promotes and advances science, technology and the humanities in New Zealand. At the organisation’s core is our Academy of elected Fellows, New Zealand’s top scholars and scientists.

Our vision:

A New Zealand enriched by fostering science, technology and the humanities. 

Learn more about the Society’s values, focus areas and strategic objectives.

What we do

Some of our activities include:

Who we are

Learn more about how we are structured

Our History

We have a long history dating back to 1867. In 2010, we embraced the Humanities.

Governance of the Royal Society