Kiwi astrophysicists helped build a radio-wave space map showing distant galaxies normally invisible to the human eye.
World's highest-powered search for aliens focusing on strange star which sparked "alien megastructure" theory.
Should we be told more about small quakes to prepare for the risk of a big one? Only if it doesn't amount to living in fear, say experts.
A blind, cave-dwelling critter has been discovered to own 207 pairs of legs and four penises.
Century-old snippet on climate change from a local newspaper has caused consternation.
Increased water traffic and bigger boats are behind a new seabed sonar survey in Kawau Bay.
Researchers may have found a new way to attack some aggressive breast cancers.
Using a fake ID, Canterbury academic wrote a nuclear physics paper using his phone's auto-complete.
"Pioneer" researcher's snowmobile hit a crevasse and he fell 30 metres.
Greenie alarmists have long spread misinformation and lies, says Bob Brockie.
New male contraceptive could be taken minutes before sex and work for days.
'No beersies for you' could be a thing of the past for thirsty gluten-intolerant drinkers.
The fact a NZ researcher knew nothing about atomic physics didn't stop him writing a paper on the topic.
Kiwi scientist's revelation there's a strange orbiting object in our solar system sends star-gazers into Planet Nine fervour.
Two scientists speaking at TEDxChristchurch 2016 next Saturday are tackling big data problems.
This Kiwi has amassed 41,400 Instagram followers with her images of microscopic life taken in and around New York.
Astronomers can't see "Planet Nine." But it makes its presence known - by twisting our entire solar system.
Thruster fault on landing probe leaves scientists uncertain whether it touched down safely or broke apart.
It was a dinosaur journey - from South America to Australia, via Antarctica.
Central Asian animals have been forced to adapt to one of the world's harshest environments.
Accessing groundwater after a disaster poses particular challenges for communities around the world.
The false perception we're being watched doesn't influence online giving, a study from Auckland University has found.
The everyday steps you can take to reduce carbon use.
Fears millions invested in data for NZ's biggest long-term research project will be meaningless.
Climate change more than 100,000 years ago helped our ancestors spread across the world.
Mars lander the Schiaparelli is due to leave its mothership and head toward the red planet's surface.
In medical first paralysed man experiences sense of touch through use of mind-controlled robotic arm.
An Alpine Fault rupture would "change life in NZ", a Civil Defence conference has heard.
Astronomers have revised their estimate of the number of galaxies in the universe - and it's many more than previously thought.
The brain's frontal lobe, the part responsible for our memory, starts to switch off when we're sleepy.