An anti-malaria drug could be a possible treatment for Covid-19, alongside other existing medicines. The Science Media Centre rounded up experts to comment.
Can we significantly cut methane emissions without forcing farmers to significantly cut stock numbers? Alex Braae visited a research lab where they're racing to find out.
A new report on the Covid-19 outbreak has some important insights into the way it has progressed, and underscores why we should take it seriously.
NZ has confirmed its first case of COVID-19. As the virus approaches global pandemic status, what progress is being made in developing a vaccine?
The amount of methane created by humans could be up to 40% higher than thought. What does that mean for the fight against climate change?
No matter how you measure it, science remains systematically biased against women – and ethnically diverse women even more so, writes Dr Hinemoa Elder.
Laurie Winkless on the campaign to place Angela Saini's Inferior, a book that disproves many dangerous, incorrect, gender-based stereotypes, into secondary schools.
The coronavirus outbreak is testing New Zealand's emergency plans, but public health experts warn there are much bigger threats to prepare for. RNZ's John Gerritsen investigates.
The WHO has declared the outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. Here's the latest news and the latest science.