Artificial limbs are running hot off the press at Victoria University’s School of Design in Wellington – the 3D printing press that is.
It all began with a Masters university assignment to commercialise technology designed to age bananas.
Otago University researchers have developed a smart gel that could improve the healing process of patients recovering from sinus surgery.
The melodic song of bellbirds has returned to the Hamilton region after a 120-year absence.
Farmers and land managers wanting a better understanding of the soils that underpin New Zealand’s economy, land use and ecology will now have access to an online tool developed by Landcare scientists.
Strange liquids are fascinating. Scientists like Dr Michael Walmsley from the University of Waikato are studying different fluid properties.
New Zealanders wanting to break health-limiting habits like smoking or excessive drinking can now use a free web and mobile application called Goalpost.
Ground-breaking research into healthcare robotics could change the lives of our ageing population and create new export opportunities for a range of New Zealand companies.
A new type of GPS tracking system, being developed in New Zealand, is set to revolutionise the conservation of native birds and endangered animals.
Turning a greyish, shiny, coal-like piece of rock into a replacement bone, dive mask fitting, weapon silencer or arrow-tip shaped guitar tuning key isn’t something just anybody can do.