Catfish counting wins inaugural science award

A scientific project exploring the use of artificial intelligence and traps to identify and photograph catfish underwater to monitor population numbers... Read More

Over the moon as Capstone heads to the Moon

Rocket Lab director of communications Morgan Bailey. says there was an overwhelming feeling of joy, excitement and relief amongst Rocket Lab staff on... Read More

NZers concerned about harmful online content

New Zealanders lack confidence in social media companies to keep them safe and are highly concerned about youth being exposed to harmful or inappropriate... Read More

Rocket Lab launches Nasa satellite to the Moon

Rocket Lab has successfully launched CAPSTONE from New Zealand. CAPSTONE, a microwave-oven-sized satellite designed to test a new orbit around the Moon... Read More

Students re-imagine play in a sustainable future

Third year management students at the University of Canterbury Business School are taking on a real-world assignment to find solutions to help ZURU Toys... Read More

New carpooling app launches in Tauranga

Four months into the Wednesday Challenge project to change the way we travel, a new carpooling app is being launched in Tauranga. The Liftango carpooling... Read More

How to outwit scammers‘ latest ploys

Digital safety specialists are warning people to be savvy of more sophisticated ploys cybercriminals are using to appear official and target victims. Scammers... Read More

Scams: Sophisticated attacks being used in NZ

New Zealand banks have joined forces with CERT NZ, Consumer Protection, and Te Tari Taiwhenua Department of Internal Affairs to warn Kiwis of new threats... Read More

Tauranga teenagers and tech combine to help kiwis

Forget TikTok, Snapchat and Instagram, dozens of Tauranga teenagers found another application for their mobile devices by volunteering their time to... Read More

New tool to advise NZers of snow conditions

A new tool giving near real-time snow data has been made available to the public for the first time. NIWA’s Snow and Ice Network provides information... Read More

US plastic surgeon‘s research booster for NZ wool

A US plastic surgeon’s research into wound repair is set to provide a boost for New Zealand’s regeneratively farmed wool exports. The research... Read More

Govt invests in cost-saving biosecurity app

  The Government is strengthening New Zealand’s biosecurity system with investments in biosecurity technology to support our rural sector’s... Read More

NZ underspending on cyber security

NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says it was great to see an increase in spending on cyber security in the Budget but more is needed as the economy... Read More

PlantTech moves to non-profit to meet demands

Independent research institute PlantTech has changed its status to a not-for-profit incorporated society to underline its breadth of scope and better... Read More

Tauranga’s tech-weekend

Techweek began with a bang in Tauranga on Monday – and it’s not over yet, with plenty of tech-related events to participate in this weekend. From... Read More