By Imogen Crispe
A new vaccine could help people quit smoking and stop children ever starting.
US researchers have developed an injection which could protect people against nicotine addiction.
It has already been successfully tested in mice at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York and uses genetically engineered antibodies to stop nicotine reaching the brain, removing the pleasurable feeling of cigarettes.
Co-director of New Zealand Tobacco Control Research Dr Chris Bullen is excited abou...
By Imogen Crispe
A New Zealand professor is helping lead development of a needleless and painless injection.
The device, resembling a Star Trek weapon, administers a high pressure jet of medicine through the skin.
Kiwi-born mechanical engineer Dr Ian Hunter has been developing the machine for six years with a team at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in association with the University of Auckland.
He says the device works similar to how mosquitoes painlessly pierce human skin.
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Marley is addicted to synthetic cannabis and wonders what he will do if all types of the drug become illegal.
Google is looking for Te Reo Maori speakers to help create a Maori translation service.
Using only data on your smartphone could be the way of the future, as making calls over the internet becomes more popular.
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The scandalous story of Anne Boleyn, King Henry VIII's second wife, is being performed by Auckland Theatre Company.
The extremely rare NZ kakapo has been named the world's favourite species in a global online vote.
A new web series aims to celebrate Pacific Island culture and tell a feel-good story about the south Auckland community.
Trelise Cooper’s opening show at Britomart’s Fashion Sessions was full of patterned and textured fabrics with bright hues among the usual dark autumn colours.
A New Zealand scientist denies the Australian heatwave and other extreme weather events are linked to global warming.
When Sir Edmund Hillary reached the top of Mt Everest on May 29, 1953, he became someone whose name would be synonymous with the mountain forever.