It's all adding up for former child star Danica McKellar
Never mind Dexter, there's a new blood spatter expert on the scene.
US health officials alarmed as woman found carrying bacteria resistant to all antibiotics.
Why a Dunedin study of 1000 Kiwis has captured the scientific world's attention
Budget paints a rosy picture of Crown's books, but economists say it is the forecasts doing the 'heavy lifting'.
It turns out one-year-olds do show signs of being exploratory, experimental and creative.
Ten years after the release of An Inconvenient Truth, we look at its scorecard.
International Space Station science project for Wanaka.
Soccer-ball shaped buckyballs promised much but can actually deliver very little.
Being built for speed may be a curse as the cheetah struggles for survival.
A team of experts will soon consider if a controversial report on erosion and flooding risk in Christchurch is fit for purpose.
Stargazers in for a treat as Mars as it makes its closest approach to Earth in a decade.
Landslides would close major highways for up to six months, isolating communities and limiting food supplies.
Insights from off the Gisborne coast may be a step towards the holy grail of major earthquake prediction.
Your pets learn to read each other's different signals, says an animal expert.
For male nursery web spiders, it's either bring a snack or be the snack.
Video shows what it's like trying to walk when the wind gets serious.
Police officer has a better work story after capturing meteor on camera.
What do a father and son, a power-lifter and a small-town family all have in common? They like to break things.
Biggest funding boost "in history" will help Kiwis live longer lives and keep top scientists here, Govt says.
It's 100,000 laps around Earth and counting for the International Space Station.
Pakistan health workers keep a low profile as they go about battling the disease, one vaccine at a time.
Fish eyes could help solve hunan cornea shortage
We know a bit about how the brain works but there are still a million questions to be answered...
We still have much to learn about black holes, those enigmatic features from which even light cannot escape.
After previously slaying Kiwi politicians, comedian John Oliver finds a NZer he can take seriously.
Southland Girls' High School student Sophie Cook will be going to the London International Youth Science Forum in July.
Life on Earth used to be simple. Then something strange and spectacular happened.
A bit of debris chipped the International Space Station. That's just one piece of a much bigger problem.
Nelson biology students have been investigating aquaculture with the help of Cawthron Institute scientists.