If you're 55 to 65, watch out when you ride your quad bike: How data is stopping the accidents which seem random.
America's caused "a large fraction" of global warming, and it'll get worse if it backs away from carbon dioxide pledge.
A telescope that will be five times larger than the top observing instruments in use today will sit on a 3000m-high mountain.
"A great deal of anti-1080 sentiment isn't about 1080," says author.
Small quakes are part of a swarm that has been shaking this region on and off since February.
Swimmers and schools unite in citizen science investigation of Wanaka's water quality.
Sustainable buildings, the Large Hadron Collider and nuclear physics are just some of the interests that two South Auckland students are keen on.
A textbook example of the power of international cooperation.
Children with a rare form of epilepsy had half as many seizures when treated with a cannabis product, clinical study shows.
The dimming of Tabby's Star probably isn't caused by aliens, but there's a tiny chance it could be.
Just how can flamingos sleep while standing on one leg? It's puzzled scientists until now.
The yacht that was once Sir Peter Blake's, on board which he was killed, is coming to NZ for the first time since he died.
A single heat source for a whole community is the answer to air pollution, an environmental group says.
The 19.4-metre wave - higher than a five-storey building - was recorded south of New Zealand at the weekend.
The world's seed supply back-up's been flooded by melting permafrost - which scientists didn't expect to happen.
A scientist says the Biblical flood isn't a fairy tale - and ice melting like it is now caused it.
A professor who has a potential new genetic pest control is finally being listened to.
At the white continent's northern edge, banks of moss spread rapidly across the ice.
It is hoped, when the electric car market moves into top gear, the money will start flowing.
First research suggests planet orbiting the closest star to the sun could hold water.
Dr Kristal Cain is working to unlock the secrets of one of New Zealand's most recognised native birds.
For the first time ever, US researchers successfully implanted artificial ovaries in a mouse, which went on to give birth to healthy pups.
The size of the asteroid or the scale of its blast didn't doom the dinosaurs. Its timing did, scientists say.
Hint: They worked for the Forest Service
Experts say we don't fully develop the ability to think of the consequences until we're older.
Risk of heart attack 17 times higher in week after a serious respiratory infection, research finds.
The words doctors use to describe medical procedures can actually heighten or reduce pain.
Giant sea creature that created a frenzy when it washed up with tusks on an Indonesia beach identified.
American astronauts overcome equipment glitch to complete a breathtaking 200th ISS spacewalk.
There are 10 more human senses that need to be recognised, leading psychologist claims.