Those splitting hairs over the best way to separate egg yolks from whites, wonder no more – the Yolkr is here, and raising funds on Kickstarter after six months spent perfecting the design.
Making products in New Zealand is vital to a healthy economy. But reports of a manufacturing crisis are grossly exaggerated.
Christchurch design consultancy W2 has designs on storming the growing motorhome industry with the Romotow, a patented campervan model it says offers up to 70 percent more floor area than traditional types.
New Zealand deer fibre makes up the key component in the world’s most exclusive sock (and quite possibly the most expensive ever), launched this month by Harry’s of London.
Timber processing ain’t the sexiest of industries, but these bikes put a new face to the business.
A wireless vibration sensor being developed by a Victoria University student could provide a low-cost solution for engineers to monitor the damage of buildings affected by earthquakes – and, more impressively, harnesses the kinetic energy generated by the tremors in order to power itself.
Auckland-based company A-Ward Attachments has taken out the 2012 Swedish Steel Prize, holding its own against the likes of Volvo and John Deere.
Centrifuge technology is usually the domain of laboratories and blood donor centres, but it's at the core of Beemaxx's latest innovation.
Innovative designs from Dyson will look smart and keep their fans cool this summer. And it might cost a fair whack, but it's cheaper than a new finger.
Cavalier Bremworth is launching a new carpet backing, Flashbac, that's made entirely from recycled wool carpet.