Incredible ability, tireless hard work and great coaching are no longer enough to ensure success on the global sporting stage. You need the right tech, too.
'Internationally recognised practice for separated cetaceans this young is either lifelong human care or euthanasia.'
A massive global genetic analysis has added to our understanding of who’s more likely to catch Covid - and who's more likely to fall seriously ill.
There's a growing body of overseas evidence that repeated small blows to the head can lead to chronic brain injuries. Is that true in New Zealand too?
Google is launching its Android Earthquake Alerts System in NZ, but what information does it draw on, and how useful will it be in an quake-prone country?
Brain-controlled robotics are becoming increasingly advanced and increasingly common. But what are the benefits – and risks – of such technology?
New research might have identified weak spots in the Covid-19 virus molecule that could make for even more potent vaccines and treatments in the future.
India has reported a new, double mutation coronavirus variant. Mirjam Guesgen explains what that means.
A new embryo model could change the way scientists overseas research fertility and prenatal development – but the methods they use won't fly here.
No human made the art hanging on the walls of this Wellington art gallery – it's the creation of the 'mind' of an algorithm.