John Glenn, the first American to orbit the Earth and a former war hero, dies aged 95.
Central NZ tsunami risk may be higher due to undiscovered offshore faults.
Four of five species' numbers are declining.
Sandbars are part of what makes the New Zealand coast line so dangerous. But where do they come from?
American space exploration and cargo delivery company will return to orbit early in 2017.
Auckland housing developers planning to develop more than 450 homes in an area next to the Otuataua Stonefields Historic Reserve.
A $7000 device used for recording whale song washed up off Kapiti Island after drifting all the way from Taranaki.
"I've never heard of another one like it in the world." Scientists remain stunned by our monster quake.
Weta Workshop and Te Papa put the final touches on the blockbuster exhibition.
Space agency sending a rover to Mars, but warns we actually need to figure out how to save Earth from asteroids.
Warren Maxwell has a new favourite place - Antarctica.
Nanogirl visits Christchurch to change the way science is taught, learned, and how many perceive it.
Social media chatter distorts the scientific truth, Bob Brockie says.
How does the type of earthquake affect which buildings are damaged?
What can Antarctic starfish tell us about how climate change may affect the southern ocean?
What is it like to work in Antarctica? A new video from a Kiwi on the ice gives us a glimpse.
Scientist says we should be wary of the sleeping giants on our doorstep.
Associate Professor Nancy Bertler explains why she loves working in a place colder than your freezer.
Could lead rubber base isolators be the answer to our earthquake fears? Roger Hanson thinks so.
Scientists are investigating "slow earthquakes" in lower North Island - but Gerry Brownlee says we should be prepared, not worried.
The complexity of the Kaikoura Earthquake and the number of faults that ruptured could be a clue to what has so far been a relatively low number of aftershocks.
A group of Aussie school kids have shown "big pharma" that big bucks aren't needed to make essential drugs.
A study on the genetics of flightless birds hopes to find out why some birds no longer fly
Sorry, you can't get tickets to TEDx Scott Base, but you can watch all 10 speakers and entertainers online.
Video shows a second hydrothermal eruption in Rotorua, likely sparked by Monday's activity.
Don't let your creative thinking skills go to waste. Solve this puzzler and NASA could just reward you with $42,000.
Startling new simulation shows exactly how shaky our country is.
A mission to Mars has sent back its first hi-res pictures of the planet's mysterious surface.
Kate Hill has continued a legacy, the third generation of her family to graduate in the same gown.
A Nelson scientist says global warming is having a devastating effect on Pacific coral reefs.