The smart knife revealing steak secrets
Cutting meat with a special, ‘smart’ scalpel can reveal what the animal ate, where it lived, its flavour profile and even clues about the farm’s environmental practices.
What MBIE told Woods on super-scope
MBIE has revealed what it told science minister Megan Woods before NZ dropped all involvement in an international mega telescope.
Why we’re lagging with wind power
Farah Hancock takes a look at our lagging wind generation scene and finds its proponents remarkably relaxed.
The robot that rocks the cradle
The 2nd of three Victoria University of Wellington debates on AI looks at a relationship that will be pivotal for children’s schooling,
What would happen if the lights went out?
Audience members are asked to imagine a world without electricity in the first of three Victoria University of Wellington debates about the opportunities and challenges of AI.
What Google hides from its users
Victoria University of Wellington’s Cameron Lai explores the perils of reliance on Google, finding the search engine hides 20 percent of relevant information.
Women’s gamble in an old boys club
Dr Jessica Lai argues against the belief women are innately different to men in a way that makes them less suitable for STEM.
Watch: Vodafone likes 5G, is big on TV
In part two of a three part video interview with Newsroom’s Bernard Hickey, Vodafone CEO Jason Paris discusses the advantages of 5G.