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OPINION: R&D grants are the best way for government to support innovation.
OPINION: Maverick publishing platforms may end up favouring the artist.
A look inside the offices of Strategy Design and Advertising in central Christchurch.
Yealands Estate Wines and DB Breweries are among the companies recognised in this year's Sustainable 60 awards.
OPINION: Customers now expect retailers to work harder to win them over.
OPINION: The confidence of the scientific world stems from a long road of self doubt.
REVIEW: A new book looks at why some regions offer career opportunities and become innovation hubs while others falter.
OPINION: Scientists need to be free to publish research without Government interference.
Museum shrugs off its troubled past and reinvents itself as a centre for Kiwi innovation.
A Wellington academic’s breakthrough combining silver and gold particles with wool is giving the beleaguered Kiwi wool sector a new gleam.
A look inside Manukau Institute of Technology's colourful new facilities.
Molecules with an uncanny resemblance to the Death Star could hold the key to a billion-dollar business.
Construction company Mr Box and Eco timber company Adobo Wood and are among the finalists in this year’s Sustainable 60 Awards.
Xero's multi-sport-loving managing director is ready to steer the company towards a US listing.
A look at what goes on behind the scenes at the Auckland War Memorial Museum.
Biomedicine firm Mesynthes is preparing to take on the world again with a new tissue and wound repair product.
OPINION: The country doesn’t need another technocrat. But what about a Tech Commissioner?
An Auckland agency is taking advantage of increasing global demand for ‘‘experiential marketing."
OPINION: Have Auckland Transport stumbled upon a truth universally acknowledged?
Kiwi oncologist Murray Brennan realised he could really only do his work offshore.
OPINION: Analysing social interactions is now a science.
Hi-tech cold pasteurising is allowing food companies to deliver fresh products further afield. But it also requires capital, and a firm focus on premium markets.
Engineering firm Metalform is capitalising on niche export markets with everything from a world first fertiliser distribution system to a geese pooper scooper.
Real-time “big data” analytics and machines that learn are poised to transform business. New Zealand companies are in on the action.
OPINION: The regions are giving the City of Sails a run for its innovation money.
Callaghan Innovation boss Mary Quin talks about the agency’s first year of life.
OPINION: New Zealand universities should capitalise on research that shows it's cheaper for Australian students to study here.
Pay-as-you-go recruitment services for SMEs are a growing trend, as small firms look for ways to beat the big boys to the talent.
A New Zealand collaboration achieving world-firsts in titanium technology has won at the KiwiNet awards.
A Napier business is turning icky cow byproducts into high value medicinal collagen.
Learn about one sustainable business and tell us who you think NZ's best is.
OPINION: Time-poor managers can learn to integrate leadership messages into conversations.
Finding the right partners has been key to significant Asian success for the Hamilton jet.
Kiwi innovators have some specific traits but there's a question mark over whether these characteristics are enough to get us where they have in the past.
An academic’s desire to make a safe trampoline for his children sparked a successful Kiwi enterprise.
Giving the humble hotdog a makeover is opening doors nationwide for a Canterbury food business.
OPINION: There are less metaphysical ways to allocate innovation funding.
Springfree Trampolines is one of the finalists for the KiwiNet Research Commercialisation Awards.
Kiwi universities are getting better at spinning commercial success out of their academic work. But there's a way to go.
OPINION: The country needs scientists to step up and communicate in a crisis.
Improving the detection of prostate cancer was scientist Richard Forster’s last quest. Caldera Health continues in his memory.
The enormous Indonesian telecomms market abounds with opportunity for Kiwi firms.
Employers may be loving the 90-day rule, but it pays not to fire people too quickly.
A New Zealand research group is pitting 50,000 specially bred oysters against a virus that has devastated New Zealand's oyster farm industry.
Making Google work for you is a reality of modern business but few firms know their online presence can be abused.
Ice and snow have proved to be good business for UK-based Kiwi entrepreneur Alastair Kight.
Truly turning a business around requires more than a new name, logo and font.
A joint government and tech industry delegation is heading to Texas in search of IT talent.
Does New Zealand need a Yachting Centre for Excellence to fully capitalise on its America’s Cup know-how?