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Kiwi skin care company Snowberry has carried out a gold-standard clinical trial to prove its product and been rewarded with an invitation to the World Congress of Dermatology in Vancouver ...
Kiwi businesses continue to make hay while the economy shines
Madeleine Martin, general manager of Ossis, is a finalist in the Young Achiever section of the New Zealand Hi-Tech awards this year, thanks to her work producing custom designed 3D-printed ...
A Polish entrepreneur working in the UK has invented a chain-less urban smart-bike that can help you beat Auckland’s Hobbit-y hills without breaking a sweat
New Zealand’s first mobile wallet – allowing busy consumers to make secure, real-world transactions with their smartphones – is available now.
The answer to the question “Where do ideas come from” is there is no one answer. It’s like asking where memories live. Do they exist permanently in neuro-electrical form in the brain’s filing cabinet? Or are some out in the cosmos, scientifically unmeasurable electrons, gluons or leptons carrying the sum of everything everyone has ever known, and then lured back like ghosts, triggered by our own sub-atomic particulate thoughts?
I've seen the above gibe pop up a number of times in my many internet binge sessions. I've been drawn into many discussions about it. I've heard both sides. And ...
Left Field has partnered with designer Aaron Pollock for its relaunch, making some considerable tweaks to its traditional branding.
Rod Fry – entrepreneur, Système Pi and Moaroom mover and shaker, and general New Zealand design activist – has opened a new bricks and mortar space in France, dedicated entirely ...
Highlights from a recent Global Trade Forecast report issued by the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC).
Public Sector Workforce Seminar in Victoria University, April 14, 2015
It might seem hard to believe, but bribery and corruption in New Zealand is both real and growing, according to a survey released today.
How and why we educate students today has a direct and fundamental bearing on the world they will create for the future. So let’s consider something: are we doing it ...