In the first all-female spacewalk, Christina Koch and Jessica Meir replaced batteries on the outside of the International Space Station.
OPINION: Serious limitations in these genetic tests.
Many people sceptical of climate change are that way because they "don't like the consequences".
The first all-female spacewalking team has made history high above Earth, replacing a broken part of the International Space Station's power grid.
Researchers sliced up pieces of the organism and sprinkled them in a maze. It consolidated back into its original form.
Two female astronauts mark the first time in spacewalking that men aren't part of the action.
A US fault capable of a massive magnitude 8.0 earthquake is moving for the first time, study says.
Most of New Zealand's 3800 lakes are not regularly monitored due to the cost of physically getting to them all. A new system aims to take out the legwork.
Blame a misplaced part of the jetstream for Friday's rain across much of the northern and central South Island.
They're not much bigger than your thumb and they only come out to forage at night.
Warming temperatures across New Zealand will help invasive plants flourish in what is already one of the world's weediest countries.
OPINION: New Zealand's coastal waters are warming, a new report says, making them less able to swallow carbon dioxide.
The mashup might bring to mind "Sharknado", but stormquakes are real and not dangerous.
She has a mountain, asteroid and building named after her, but nothing in New Plymouth where she grew up.
I love my pinot noir, so have a personal interest in this.
Futuristic panel's excess heat is converted into electricity.
Chinese scientists edited a human gene into the brains of monkeys - they became smarter but there are concerns about the ethics of the experiment.
Will we ever venture into another star system, and experience another sun? How dangerous is deep space travel?
Hundreds of pregnant Wellington women could help develop a universal flu vaccine.
Seaweeds in the Kaikōura region were badly affected by the 2016 earthquake, but some appear to be recovering.
OPINION: The evidence is clear – hard-line drug policies don't reduce the demand or supply of illegal drugs.
A forensic investigation technique known as brain fingerprinting is being tested in Christchurch.
We'll know when Waikato pā were built thanks to a project combining science and Māori knowlege.
Owen Franks credited stem cells with helping him get back on the field. But don't believe all the hype.
Aftershock pattern suggested as indicator bigger earthquake still to come.
A yearly competition in St Paul, Minnesota pits robots against each other to clear as much snow as possible from a designated area.
It's not be much to look at, but the wax worm's unusual appetite might help scientists find a solution to biodegrading plastic.
Three scientists have won the Nobel Prize in Physics for work which adds to the nagging question: Does life exist only on Earth?
A new study has revealed a hidden perk of being tall.
Which New Zealand airports are the bumpiest to land at during rough weather? And which is the worst?