(PhysOrg.com) -- Does ice-cream actually taste better when it is licked from a cone than when eaten from a spoon?
(PhysOrg.com) -- New research indicates the moa may not always have been flightless.
Young people are reading less and failing to build vocabulary amid a sea of text messaging and cyber chat, says literacy and child development specialist Professor Tom Nicholson.
Massey University's newest Maori PhD, Simon Hills, has taken shell collecting to a new level.
A team of Massey University engineers and computer scientists are revolutionising digital sign technology with the aim of making "finding your way" an interactive and personalised experience.
Software developed by a Massey University computer scientist and astrophysicist has led to the discovery of free-floating orphan planets once the subject of science fiction.
(PhysOrg.com) -- A mathematical model used to assess the nutrient balance of the kakapo diet has the potential to help solve one of the main challenges to saving the endangered native parrot.
A crime laboratory research team at the School of Psychology in Albany aims to understand what motivates prisoners to turn over a new leaf and become responsible citizens once they leave jail.
(PhysOrg.com) -- The so-called "Moa's Ark" theory - that New Zealand's animal and plant life has evolved largely untouched over 80 million years since the Gondwana supercontinent broke up - is being challenged by new molecular ...
Cardiac patients from the community are benefiting from new exercise rehabilitation research at the University’s Exercise and Sport Science Division.