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1. Professor recognised for his work about evolution of life

14 July 2014 2:12pm | University of Canterbury

University of Canterbury's Professor Mike Steel, who is using mathematics to help biologists discover more about the evolution of life, has been recognised for his work with the university's Research Medal... More >>

2. Health benefits of organic food - experts respond

14 July 2014 4:34pm | Science Media Centre

In contrast to earlier research, a new study has found that organic crops have measurable health benefits -- namely that they are higher in antioxidants and lower in toxic metals. .. More >>

3. Road Code now available free on-line

24 April 2003 1:02pm | Land Transport Safety Authority

Need to brush up on the road rules but don't have a copy of the road code? Just visit the Land Transport Safety Authority website, www.ltsa.govt.nz, where an on-line version of the Official New Zealand Road Code for car drivers is now available at no charge... More >>

4. Book your licence test on the phone or on-line

03 August 2004 7:36pm | Land Transport Safety Authority

Driver licensing practical tests can now be booked and paid for by telephone and over the internet... More >>

5. More evidence that alcohol is not good for your heart

14 July 2014 1:04pm | Alcohol Action NZ

The harmful effects of alcohol on conditions such as liver cirrhosis, injuries, and many cancers have been firmly established, but scientific debate has continued about whether light to moderate alcohol consumption reduces the risk of coronary heart ..... More >>

6. Trust offers Kiwis the chance to spend summer in Antarctica

14 July 2014 2:44pm | Sir Peter Blake Trust

This summer, six intrepid young Kiwis will get the opportunity to take part in a range of life-changing environmental adventures, as part of the Sir Peter Blake Trust Blake Ambassador programme. As 2014 Blake Ambassadors, this could include spending ..... More >>

7. 1080 poison: science and facts

24 May 2011 4:25pm | Happypet NZ

Any true scientist would be intensely annoyed to see wishful thinking and casual observations (rather than properly replicated experiments with appropriate controls) masquerading as science, especially when lots of people actually believed in it. ..... More >>

8. SMC Heads-Up: Alzheimer's blood test, big dish, bird decline

11 July 2014 2:15pm | Science Media Centre

In This Issue: Alzheimer's test; Bird decline; Radio dish; Quoted; Policy news; Friday video; New from the SMC; Sciblogs highlights; Sci-tech events .. More >>

9. Ancient Forest Emerges From Beneath Takapuna Beach

26 May 2014 9:22am | Dr Bruce Hayward

In recent days the sand near low water in the middle of Takapuna Beach, Auckland, has shifted and exposed the long buried remains of an ancient forest. .. More >>

10. Wellington welcomes women in science

08 July 2014 9:44am | Association for Women in the Sciences

Around 150 women in science will be gathering in Wellington this week to share war stories and inspiration, including fourteen school students from across the country. .. More >>

11. Website provides access to bioresource processing technology

02 July 2014 12:20pm | Bioresource Processing Alliance

The Bioresource Processing Alliance's (BPA) new website provides a gateway to some of New Zealand's top scientists, engineers and economic specialists in biological resource processing... More >>

12. Cooking up a healthy solution for Nepal

15 July 2014 3:55pm | Massey University

Using their engineering skills to create a range of sustainable solutions for villagers in Nepal was the focus of this year's Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Challenge. .. More >>

13. The pros and cons of using 1080

13 November 2009 4:34pm | science media center

Sunday will see a series of rallies held nationwide to protest aerial drops of 1080 poison to control pests that prey on native birds. .. More >>

14. Sensing Murder Strikes Out Again

25 June 2012 1:03pm | Skeptics

The discovery of the body of missing prostitute Jayne Furlong on the beach at Port Waikato directly contradicts the claims by the Sensing Murder exploitainment show that self-proclaimed psychics Deb Webber and Kelvin Cruickhank were able to "tune ..... More >>

15. Expression of genetic growth underpinned by feed allowance

17 December 2013 3:59pm | Lincoln University

Recent research by a group of scientists, Dr Paul (Long) Cheng, Mr Chris Logan, Professor Grant Edwards and Dr Huitong Zhou, from the Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Lincoln University, is helping to unravel a long-standing puzzle in the farming ..... More >>

16. Northland Whales and Dolphins at Risk From Statoil

03 July 2014 5:34pm | Liz Slooten

Today marine mammal expert Dr Liz Slooten of Otago University expressed concerns over dangers to whales and dolphins from sonar and seismic exploration for deep sea oil in Statoil's permit zone off Northland... More >>

17. Brown Beetle Threat to Organic Vineyards

11 July 2014 1:56pm | Kono Beverages

The brown beetle (Costelytra zealandica) is a pest causing problems to vineyards that are committed to sustainability. Previously being kept under control by the use of insecticides, the beetle is causing havoc as more vineyards head towards organic ..... More >>

18. Research A Boost For Digital Data

28 August 2000 2:56pm | Foundation for Research Science and Technology

Caption: Katharine Holdsworth: "Wireless data transmission is becoming the new international trend in progressing towards a 'knowledge economy' and advancing the e-commerce industry.".. More >>

19. Telecom World-First Step Towards Unified Messaging

05 February 2001 4:22pm | Telecom New Zealand

Telecom has announced a world-first step towards offering New Zealand residential customers the unified messaging services it now provides its largest corporate customers... More >>

20. Winter Solstice, longest night and shortest day

15 June 2005 11:50am | Carter Observatory

The Winter Solstice is on June 21 at 18:46 (6:46pm); this is when the Sun is at its most Northerly point in the sky. At the middle of the day on June 21, it reaches its lowest altitude, from the Northern horizon, for the year... More >>

21. Cockles and Pipis, alive, alive-oh

04 January 2011 11:09am | NIWA

Over the long hot summer many kiwis will be digging deep in the sand for pipi. These yummy shellfish live buried in the sand and are free at the beach! .. More >>

22. Ever wonder where Monarch butterflies go for the winter?

17 April 2011 2:08pm | Monarch Butterfly NZ Trust

The Monarch Butterfly New Zealand Trust is looking for 'citizen scientists' throughout the country to report sightings as the Monarchs follow their annual migration. A degree is not needed; anyone can take part, and everyone, schools included, are welcome ..... More >>

23. Could NZ cherries be the secret to a good night's sleep?

14 April 2012 12:19pm | Moanui

Hamilton, New Zealand - Preliminary research results released today by Fruision Ltd show that sweet cherries grown in New Zealand's sun-rich Central Otago region are a natural source of melatonin at levels over 30 times higher than other cherry varieties ..... More >>

24. UC researchers in world-first nanotechnology research

14 September 2012 10:37am | University of Canterbury

University of Canterbury (UC) scientists have started using cutting edge nanotechnology to turn protein from fish eye lenses into tiny components for use in devices to help doctors detect various illnesses such as cancer... More >>

25. Consumers Urged to Switch Smoke Alarms (Not Just Batteries)

25 September 2012 11:29am | Cavius

TAURANGA, Monday 24 September 2012 : Kiwis are being urged to replace not only their smoke alarm batteries but to consider switching to smoke detectors which are safer, stylish and more cost effective this daylight savings weekend (Sunday September 30)... More >>

26. World class research into pancreatitis earns award

22 October 2013 10:20am | University of Auckland

Outstanding research into the management of acute pancreatitis by the Pancreas Research Group at the University of Auckland has earned the Royal Society's 2013 Hamilton Memorial Prize... More >>

27. Brain Trauma Victim to Share Experience at Scifest 2014

20 May 2014 11:02pm | Strategy First

Brain Trauma Victim to Share Experience at Scifest 2014 A UK scientist who suffered a severe head injury after a car crash that claimed the life of his wife will share his extraordinary journey to recovery at this year's New Zealand International ..... More >>

28. Research targets costly grapevine disease

01 July 2014 1:16pm | Victoria University of Wellington

The New Zealand wine industry is better equipped to battle a devastating plant pathogen that is costing the country tens of millions of dollars each year, thanks to new research carried out by Vaughn Bell, a PhD candidate at Victoria University of Wellington... More >>

29. Leading Antarctic researcher wins global award

11 July 2014 12:42pm | Victoria University of Wellington

Professor Tim Naish, Director of Victoria University of Wellington's Antarctic Research Centre, has received a prestigious international award for his outstanding research into understanding Antarctica's response to past and present climate change ..... More >>

30. Voices from the Grassroots of Science

02 February 2001 1:46pm | Victoria University of Wellington

A respected international academic says many New Zealand scientists and technologists have been unable to determine whether our science and technology policy is evolutionary or revolutionary. The speed of change has evoked a variety of responses ranging from ..... More >>

31. Zesty, Healthy BroccoSprouts® Come to New Zealand

27 November 2001 10:21am | Released via PRaxis Public Relations Ltd

Living Foods, always an innovator in the field of fresh cut salads, is launching a new product that - for the first time in New Zealand - has a guaranteed level of the natural indirect antioxidant sulforaphane GS (SGS)... More >>

32. Fliway and CS Company Pick Microsoft

24 May 2004 3:22pm | Microsoft New Zealand

Transport solutions company Fliway and CS Company, the country's largest independently-owned marketer and distributor of fragrances and cosmetics, are the latest New Zealand companies to take advantage of Microsoft Business Solutions-Axapta to improve business ..... More >>

33. Quake Swarm And Unusual Land Movements Link

26 May 2004 4:15pm | Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences

Scientists believe they are a step closer to understanding the way tectonic stresses translate into earthquakes in New Zealand... More >>

34. Sealegs Boat Goes Where No Boat Has Been Before

04 April 2005 12:23am | Sealegs Corporation

Auckland, 4 April 2005: Sealegs International Limited today announced that it has developed a new all-terrain version of its amphibious marine craft... More >>

35. State of native forests revealed for first time

19 December 2005 4:22pm | Landcare Research

Stunning new maps, derived directly from satellite images, reveal that nearly a quarter of New Zealand's land area is taken up by indigenous forest. Landcare Research's EcoSat forest maps show native forests cover nearly 66,000 km2, 24.8% of the country. ..... More >>

36. Weevil rescue underway

31 March 2006 11:55am | Department of Conservation

A rescue mission has been mounted for a population of weevils living on a knife edge on Wellington's south coast... More >>

37. National Climate Summary - September 2006

02 October 2006 10:34am | NIWA

September 2006: Extremely dry in the east; third equal warmest on record - Rainfall: Extremely low in the east from Wairarapa to Otago; above average in Fiordland and coastal Southland - Significant soil moisture deficits in Central Otago, deficits ..... More >>

38. AgResearch hat-trick in biotechnology awards

13 March 2007 9:12am | Agresearch

For the third year in a row an AgResearch scientist has been named Emerging Biotechnologist of the Year by industry organisation NZBio. Dr Mike North, Senior Food Engineer in AgResearch's Food Metabolism & Microbiology Section, was awarded the coveted title ..... More >>

39. Fungi Hunters in the Wairarapa

03 May 2007 12:21am | Landcare Research

The Fungal Foray is an annual event organised by Landcare Research. The Forays began in 1986 and have been held at different sites each year, ranging from Tangihua in the North to the Catlins in the South. The event attracts both amateur and professional ..... More >>

40. The platform is open: Video MP3 Walkman

03 September 2007 10:46am | Sony New Zealand Limited

Available in six vibrant colours, the new S610F-series Walkman (Pictured above) supports the open audio formats of MP3, non-secure AAC, security-enhanced WMA and the secure format of WMA. To help manage digital music libraries, the new Walkman model comes ..... More >>

41. Lincoln Uni. Computing Staff Celebrate New Degree

11 October 2007 10:13am | Lincoln University

Lincoln University Professor of Software and Information Technology Alan McKinnon (left) with Applied Computing Group leader, Keith Unsworth pictured with a Lego Robotable in a Lincoln computer lab... More >>

42. A very effective way to boost lamb numbers

12 November 2007 11:17am | Intervet

Media release from Intervet A very effective way to boost lamb numbers Many New Zealand sheep farmers will be looking at ways of improving their flock's productive efficiency over the coming season to maximise lamb numbers ... More >>

43. Mars research generates million dollar returns

08 May 2009 11:03am | Foundation For Research Science And Technology

A $188,000 investment from TechNZ into collaborative research has contributed to Mars Petcare New Zealand developing of a new range of export cat food that is expected to generate returns of more than $2 million annually to the New Zealand economy... More >>

44. New doggie DNA test available in NZ

10 July 2009 9:46am | Petpost

They've been called mutts, mongrels, bitsers and 'SPCA specials'...but now mixed-breed dogs can hold their slightly unusual heads high. .. More >>

45. Xenotransplantation and the LCT trials in NZ

22 July 2009 2:31pm | Science Media Centre

UPDATE: Living Cell Technologies, a New Zealand-based biotech firm, announced today that it is commencing trials on a potentially revolutionary diabetes treatment.  .. More >>

46. Sexed Semen Hits the Market Following Farm Trials

04 May 2010 12:07pm | Waikato Innovation Park

New Zealand dairy farmers will next season have ready access to fresh sexed semen and embryos following successful onfarm trials by breeding companies. .. More >>

47. Otara hub powers NZ's most connected community

27 May 2010 10:20am | Computer Clubhouse Trust

"The point of difference in this project that sets it into a class of its own is that we have established a seamless set of integrated solutions with equal weighting on the technology and the people who use it. It's a digital solution on steroids.".. More >>

48. PM's Future Scientist improves Southland shellfish safety

26 November 2010 12:33pm | PM's Science Prizes

Scholarship exams are not over yet for Southlander Bailey Lovett but the 17-year-old has 50,000 good reasons to quit her books for the day. .. More >>

49. NZ's eDrive uses the web to improve driver skill

08 July 2011 12:30pm | eDrive

Visitors to New Zealand know that the country is one of the most beautiful in the world-but its roads can be treacherous, often due to poor driving behaviour. Dr Robert Isler has sought to remedy that using a web-based interactive tool called ..... More >>

50. Prof Robert Winston to Deliver Wellington Public Lecture

22 July 2011 3:15pm | Cawthron Institute

The well known presenter of television series Child of Our Time and The Human Body will give a FREE public lecture at the Opera House Wellington on 02 August 2011. .. More >>

51. Lincoln University scientists awarded Marsden Fund grants

06 October 2011 9:15am | Lincoln University

Two Lincoln University scientists, Dr Suzanne Vallance and Dr Jo Steyaert, have been named among the country's best researchers through the award of Marsden Fund Fast-Start grants, administered by the Royal Society of New Zealand on the behalf ..... More >>

52. Pig power science yields good results in NZ and overseas

26 February 2012 7:41pm | NIWA

NIWA Media Release 26 February 2012 Pig power science yields good results in NZ and overseas .. More >>

53. Nelson Pine Industries Limited on Finalists' Shortlist

16 April 2012 1:44pm | Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority

Nelson Pine Industries Limited is on the finalists' shortlist for this year's EECA Awards The awards are run annually by the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority, which works to implement government strategies for energy efficiency, ..... More >>

54. New Research extends the Benefit of BLIS K12

18 April 2012 9:26am | BLIS Technologies

A recent study by Canadian and Japanese researchers shows new benefits for the BLIS K12 probiotic. BLIS Technologies Ltd (NZX: BLT) has reported that this new research, published in the international journal Applied and Environmental Microbiology, further ..... More >>

55. Smart meters get the safety nod

17 May 2012 3:27pm | University of Canterbury

New research dispels concerns that electromagnetic radiation emitted by wireless smart meters poses a health threat. Researchers at the University of Canterbury have found that wireless radiation from smart meters falls well within the New Zealand ..... More >>

56. Marlborough Research & Ministry of Science delegation to US

19 June 2012 12:32pm | Malborough Research Centre

The quest to introduce more international scientific capacity into New Zealand, and notably Marlborough, will be advanced by a delegation heading to the United States this week to visit an independent research institute with a global clientele... More >>

57. Young Canterbury Physicist wins Premier Science Award

13 July 2012 9:57am | Eureka

Young Canterbury Physicist wins Premier Award in Inaugural Sir Paul Callaghan Awards for Young Science Orators .. More >>

58. Association of Scientists stands behind Dr Mike Joy

26 November 2012 5:15pm | New Zealand Association of Scientists

The New Zealand Association of Scientists (NZAS) is saddened by some of the recent media commentary on the actions of Dr Mike Joy, Massey University, in commenting in overseas media on the truth of the 100% Pure New Zealand brand... More >>

59. Historical Christmas Day weather

18 December 2012 11:38am | NIWA

Christmas is coming! From the records, what chance is there of a sunny, or stormy, Christmas Day? .. More >>

60. A mako shark named Carol

07 January 2013 9:51am | NIWA

The mako shark is fast and fascinating. The shortfin mako, Isurus oxyrinchus, has been recorded swimming at speeds of about 100km/h. It's the fastest of the world's shark species. Mako sharks are found in waters right around New Zealand. Only occasionally ..... More >>

61. Paua is a summer delicacy

22 January 2013 1:17pm | NIWA

Paua is a New Zealand summer delicacy. When someone says "paua fritter" they are usually referring to something made from blackfoot paua. The blackfoot paua (Haliotis iris) species is endemic to New Zealand and found throughout the country. It is most ..... More >>

62. Acute toxoplasmosis impairs memory and concentration

29 January 2013 11:51am | University of Auckland

Acute toxoplasmosis, an infectious disease carried by cats, may be a much more severe illness than previously understood. .. More >>

63. Brain Day Christchurch 2013 - speaker line-up announced

27 February 2013 2:14pm | Neurological Foundation

The Neurological Foundation and the New Zealand Brain Research Institute (formerly the Van der Veer Institute) are pleased to announce the speaker line-up for Brain Day Christchurch to be held at the Aurora Centre at Burnside High School on Saturday ..... More >>

64. Pesticides Not to Blame For Bee Deaths

30 April 2013 4:36pm | Agcarm

Europe's decision to ban neonicotinoids is another example of politicians making decisions meant for regulators. Pesticides have been blamed for a decline in bee health despite a lack of scientific proof... More >>

65. 200 NZ Fossils Profiled In New Photographic Guide

22 May 2013 3:01pm | GNS Science

A new photographic guide of New Zealand fossils is expected to become a landmark reference for local fossil hunters for many years. The 140-page book has been written by five GNS Science paleontologists to help the public identify fossils they are ..... More >>

66. Sony launches new VAIO range

14 June 2013 4:33pm | Sony New Zealand Limited

All models feature touch screen Includes VAIO Pro - the World's lightest i touch ultrabook Full range features NFC 'one-touch' connectivity VAIO Duo 13 - an amazing evolution of the convertible ultrabook .. More >>

67. UC researchers part of global pilot to make cities healthier

26 June 2013 11:44am | University of Canterbury

UC geography experts Dr Malcolm Campbell and Professor Simon Kingham are investigating sensor technology - either on a person or embedded in the city - to collect real time and local precise data which can be used to more accurately measure different ..... More >>

68. Callaghan Innovation strengthens national innovation system

09 July 2013 3:30pm | Science New Zealand

Commenting on today's release of the Callaghan Innovation Statement of Intent, the chief executive of Science New Zealand, Anthony Scott, said: "Callaghan Innovation will add considerable value to the national innovation system through this highly ..... More >>

69. Bacterial toxins harnessed for bioinsecticides and medicine

05 August 2013 11:39am | University of Auckland

New Zealand and Australian scientists have found a new way in which bacteria store and release toxins, and their discovery may be harnessed to develop new bioinsecticides for crop pests and even new medicines. The team, led by Dr Shaun Lott from The University ..... More >>

70. Support needed for life-saving brain surgery research

18 September 2013 3:02pm | University of Auckland

An exciting initiative to increase Auckland's capacity for life-saving brain surgery and research is the vision of the director of the Centre for Brain Research (CBR), Distinguished Professor Richard Faull... More >>

71. Native plant identification a snap

26 November 2013 3:56pm | Otago Innovation Limited

Identifying New Zealand's unique native flora is set to become much easier with the launch of Flora Finder, a smart phone app developed by the University of Otago and MEA Mobile... More >>

72. Earthquake-damaged house inspectors using UC rover robot

04 December 2013 12:16pm | University of Canterbury

A government-owned company responsible for settling claims from the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes is using a University of Canterbury (UC) designed rover robot to inspect for damage under building piles... More >>

73. Census reveals regional digital divide

04 December 2013 12:36pm | 2020 Communications Trust

Opotiki District remains the most digitally disconnected area in New Zealand with only 50% of households having access to the internet, according to the Census 2013 data released yesterday... More >>

74. Leap Motion 3D Controller Launches in NZ With Dick Smith

04 December 2013 12:58pm | Leap Motion

AUCKLAND, 4 December 2013 - Leap Motion[TM] today launched in New Zealand with Dick Smith, the company's exclusive retail launch partner, taking pre-orders for the innovative Leap Motion[TM] 3D Controller online at www.dicksmith.co.nz/leap-motion ..... More >>

75. Brewers Association to fund Alcohol Policy Research

06 December 2013 9:16am | Brewers Association

The University of Canterbury and the Brewers Association of Australia and New Zealand today announced an initiative to increase economic rigour in the area of alcohol policy in Australia and New Zealand. Funding from the Brewers Association to the ..... More >>

76. Kakapo Successfully Breed on Hauturu/Little Barrier Island

20 February 2014 3:42pm | Department of Conservation

One of three female kakapo released onto Hauturu o Toi/Little Barrier Island in 2012 has been discovered nesting with three fertile eggs, bringing unexpected joy to the Kakapo Recovery programme team... More >>

77. NZ company finds major error with cold and flu products

20 March 2014 11:27am | AFT Pharmaceuticals

New Zealand company finds major formulation error with cold and flu products worth NZ$1.4 billion worldwide .. More >>

78. International honour for NIWA scientist

25 March 2014 3:17pm | NIWA

NWIA scientist Cliff Law was today awarded the prestigious 2013 Hutchinson Medal, by the International Institute of Chemical Engineers. .. More >>

79. FoodHQ welcomes ESR

08 April 2014 4:51pm | FoodHQ

FoodHQ today announced that ESR (Institute of Environmental Science and Research) has become the newest member of the collaboration. FoodHQ, New Zealand's international gateway for collaborative food research, generates value for the global food industry ..... More >>

80. NZ - German 3D survey: seabed gas hydrate and methane system

12 May 2014 11:51am | NIWA

A joint New Zealand-German research team has discovered a huge network of frozen methane and methane gas in sediments and in the ocean near New Zealand's east coast. .. More >>

81. Why is there an argument over 1080?

22 May 2014 3:26pm | Murray Dench

Both sides of the argument are supported by intelligent and committed conservationists so why can't consensus be found when both sides care deeply about the birds and the forests. .. More >>

82. Huntington's research results in treatment advance

16 June 2014 3:00pm | University of Auckland

Treatment of Huntington's disease may become more targeted and individualised as a result of research at the University of Auckland's Centre for Brain Research. .. More >>

83. Funding hopes from award victory

26 June 2014 2:04pm | University of Waikato

A national titanium technology grouping, based at the University of Waikato, has won a major award at the second annual KiwiNet Research Commercialisation Awards. .. More >>

84. Campaign to Bring Learning to Life Using Augmented Reality

28 June 2014 9:06am | Mindspace Solutions

Today, MindSpace Solutions Ltd launched a Kickstarter campaign to bring learning to life on mobile devices using Augmented Reality. .. More >>

85. CRV Ambreed, AgResearch develop eczema tolerant dairy cattle

30 June 2014 5:22pm | CRV Ambreed

Collaboration between artificial breeding company CRV Ambreed and Crown Research Institute AgResearch under the auspices of the Primary Growth Partnership (PGP) is helping to reduce the impact of facial eczema (FE) in dairy cattle by developing ..... More >>

86. Astronomers discover Earth-like terrestrial planet

04 July 2014 9:57am | University of Auckland

New Zealand scientists are among an international team that has discovered an Earth-sized planet with an Earth-like orbit in a binary star system, the first terrestrial planet with an Earth-like orbit ever discovered in this commonly found star system... More >>

87. UK Recognition for Methylglyoxal in Manuka Honey Products

04 July 2014 11:50am | Manuka Health NZ

Another leading food scientist has acknowledged that the major antimicrobial compound in manuka honey is methylglyoxal. In an article in the UK's influential trade magazine The Grocer, Dr David Hoyland, commercial director at Minerva Scientific - described ..... More >>

88. Clue to late puberty in sheep discovered by AgResearch

09 July 2014 10:40am | AgResearch

A needle-in-a-haystack search for the genetic cause of delayed puberty in a flock of Romney ewes has paid off for a team of AgResearch scientists. .. More >>

89. Students develop a personal robot to improve quality of life

11 July 2014 9:50am | University of Canterbury

A group of University of Canterbury students are developing a personal robot with the aim of bringing robotics to people to improve quality of life. .. More >>

90. Cloning The Huia - A Dodo Of An Idea?

13 July 1999 3:17pm | Unknown

It sounded like a dodo of an idea several months ago, but the `cloning the Huia' conference held at Hastings Boys High School over the weekend was a phenomenal success according to one of the organisers, Dr. Rhys Cullen... More >>

 

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