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As the first images of charred wreckage inside the Notre Dame cathedral appeared online Tuesday, engineers around the world said one observation was already clear: To return the ancient structure to its glorious past, builders will likely have turn to cutting-edge technology...
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Biomechanics is assisting researchers to find out more about what powered the success of one of the greatest sprinters of all time.University of Waikato’s Dr Kim Hébert-Losier is based at the Adams Centre for High Performance in Mt Maunganui. She’s used her expertise as...
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The government wants a see a higher standard from start-up incubator programmes, which have suffered from a lack of expertise in bringing new ideas to market.Callaghan Innovation will re-tender the incubator programme this year, after the five-year pilot programme failed to ...
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New technology from Japan is promising to help fathers take an active part in the breastfeeding process.Well, sort of.The Father's Nursing Assistant, developed by Japanese company Dentsu, is a wearable device in the shape of a woman's breasts to be worn by men and mimic the ...
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Three electric UBCO 2×2 utility motorcycles have been bought by Domino’s to trial for pizza delivery in Auckland, Taupo and Queenstown CBDs.“Ontime delivery is critical to the Domino’s brand and we’re excited to see if UBCO can deliver,” Domino’s NZ general mana...
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Fieldays is the Southern Hemisphere’s largest agricultural event and the ultimate launch platform for cutting edge technology and innovation. Whether you are from in town or out in the country, a Fieldays veteran or visiting for the first time, Fieldays has something for e...
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New figures reveal the highest increase in business R&D spend in a decade – more work to do Callaghan Innovation welcomes the half-a-billion-dollar rise in New Zealand business research and development (R&D) spending revealed today in figures from NZ Statistics.Callag...
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Velogicfit was launched at the Interbike cycling show in Los Vegas in 2015 – a world away from the quiet charm of the company’s headquarters in the heart of Cambridge. Producing software systems that help cycle retailers size and fit bikes to their customers, Velogicfit ...
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A Dunedin neuroscientist has discovered a new way to help people recover from stroke, by implanting an electrode into the undamaged side of the brain.In a world-first, Professor John Reynolds and his team at Otago University have gone against traditional thinking, targeting ...
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You know that movie We Bought a Zoo where Matt Damon and his kids buys a zoo and Scarlett Johansson looks after the animals?Yeah that, but instead of tigers it’s tuis, the lions are bees, there’s glow worms and chickens and instead of a zoo it’s an old school...
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