A NZ health IT company has teamed up with Queensland health authorities to begin a $NZ28.1 million project, to wage a four-year war on chronic diseases.
Many tech revolutions are future possibilities thanks to new technology called laboratory-on-a–chip.
Sales of electric and hybrid vehicles are growing exponentially, driverless cars are being trialled, and people are becoming ever more comfortable with digital technology
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NZ's road transport needs could be met in 10 years by as few as 50,000 self-driving cars, an expert says.
Following a trip to Canada, NZCID believes an independent agency dedicated to the retention, development and application of major project delivery capability is needed
Contractors working on the Huntly section of the Waikato Expressway have implemented a Koiwi Discovery Protocol.
Queenstown airport needs to widen its runaway and install a full package of runway lighting for night operations, a working group has found.
The National government’s lack of a plan to shift NZ to electric vehicles will have contributed to Nissan’s decision to stop selling its Leaf electric car, the Green Party says.
Organisations with large power bills will be interested to know about an innovative energy storage system that could save them tens of thousands of dollars a year in energy costs.
NZ is not exempt to security risks which could impinge on the economy and livelihood, NZ Tech chief executive Graeme Muller says.
A new, powerful way of modelling the impact of carbon pricing has been developed at the University of Auckland
Auckland’s trains have travelled the equivalent of five trips to the moon and back over the past year.
Labour’s new housing policy includes a proposed Affordable Housing Authority
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Watercare's new asset management plan shows the value of having a strategically capable infrastructure provider
The government’s $1 billion, interest-free housing infrastructure loan has been mostly welcomed.
Mainmark has won International Project of the Year Award for its Christchurch Art Gallery.
NATRANS Expo aims to be the global premier platform dedicated to Future Transportation Technologies & Smart Cities
PG&E has successfully tested in-house and open-source earthquake technology
The Auckland Transport Alignment Project Interim Report need scrutiny, says NZCID
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