Nasa has video of a Black Hole swallowing a star - and burping it back out.
Councillors and scientist at odds over $1m aquifer drilling project in Hawke's Bay.
Slow motion visualisation of a sneeze shows phlegm breaking up in the air.
Space-mad Amazon boss is another step towards opening up the cosmos to the masses.
Three remarkable features of the DSCOVR satellite mission.
Sticky lizard toes could be the answer to recycling car parts.
As ulcer bacteria learn to fight off standard cures, a new treatment emerges.
Monique Oliver wants to go to Mars, but definitely wants a return ticket.
Why is science sexist? Author and academic Dr NICOLA GASTON explains and asks if it is a problem that can be fixed.
Rangiora's St Joseph's School go where no Kiwi school has gone before and receive a call from an astronaut.
Chimpanzees to be moved to sanctuaries as US ends policy of using them in medical research.
Understanding the differences - and similarities - of pleasure and pain.
After ruling out extra calcium and vitamin D, researchers are zeroing in on treatments that will combat bone weakening.
Bats can land upside down on a ceiling with ease, and now scientists have learned how they do it.
Conservationists could use a naturally occurring disease to trap more pest rats.
New Zealand's biggest scientific conference is heading to Nelson next year.
Later in his life, poor Georg Cantor had to be carted off to an asylum. Thinking too hard about infinity apparently, can do that to you.
Researchers uncover surprising changes in the way Aucklanders speak.
A planet slightly bigger than Earth has been spotted just 39 light-years away.
A Kiwi scientist who has devoted her life to saving killer whales said attacks on her by a Sea World-sponsored blog in a Dirty Politics style attack.
Research highlighting how calcium tablets do little but increase heart attack risk wins PM's science prize.
Fizzing substances burning through things and loud explosions are not uncommon in Tania Lineham's classes.
A Massey University student's design measures the impact of a tackle on the player's brain.
Fears the University of Canterbury might pull out of Tekapo's Mt John observatory have been allayed.
Kiwi Anna Peacock is doing groundbreaking research into light that could one day benefit technology users worldwide.
Royal Society gala honours Kiwi research reducing babies' cot death risks.
One of science's longest mysteries has been solved - why is there no atmosphere on Mars?
UV radiation often gets a bad press, but it offers big benefits for wine and other crops.
A new poison targeting invasive wasps has flown off with a World Wildlife Fund Conservation Innovation Award.
A new theory suggests having children later could boost genes inherited from dad.