A hospital bed mover, tuatara and platypus genome projects, the newest member of the tyrannosaur family: Pinnocchio rex, and the winner of the 2014 Prime Minister’s Science Teacher prize.
Wellington waterfront clean-up, 'Nanogirl' wins Prime Minister's Science Media Communication Prize, invasive plants and volcanic soils
A water treadmill, mutant petunias, tuatara at Dunedin’s Orokonui Ecosanctuary, and the winner of the 2014 Rutherford Medal
Fairy prion colony on Dunedin sea cliffs, visual cues on Google Glass during emergency situations, safer rainwater harvesting, and a musical performance with Tesla coils and robotic bass and drums
Drilling into the Alpine Fault, the Dunedin garden study, metal-organic frameworks, and using games to manage ADHD.
Trojan Females, a novel pest control idea, the winners of the inaugural Conservation Innovation Awards, the Yellow-eyed Penguin Trust and a 3D virtual reality environment to help stroke survivors with their memory.
Self setting rat traps, nano building blocks from proteins, an oestrogen detector and an SOS for soils.
The science behind 1080 use to control pests and protect native birds, young science orators, and 3D bioprinting body parts.
Restoring Rutherford's Den; pavement research to make better roads; how to look for a rare endemic spider from the Bounty Islands
Geodesy - the science of location; modelling Lake Forsyth; and NZ IceFest 2014.
Protein crystallography, Great Kereru Count, Tyrannosaurus - Meet the Family, and slipped discs and the spine
Colossal squid dissection, wound healing, 'NZ Wild Life' book, and greenhouse gas reductions at Kapiti Council
A potential eye test to diagnose Alzheimer's disease, sub-glacial lakes in Antarctica and the volcanic eruption detection system on Mount Ruapehu
Ecology-based adventure games Possum Stomp and Ora: Save the Forest; lasers and rogue waves; and making wound dressings from wine waste
Sea lions and marine food webs, Antarctic ice melt and rising sea levels, developing anti-addiction treatments, and using sound to help the visually impaired navigate
Controlling robots with the mind, fertility in older male zebrafish, Antarctic time travel, and sugar
Volcanic eruption simulator, New Zealand's volcanic hazard alert system, using lasers to test fading in red pigments, and DNA tests for the wine industry
Bug hotels, studying ancient sea levels in the Whanganui Basin, the genetics of gout, and story-telling and well-being in adolescents.
Childhood obesity, the science of fermented food, the Littlest Hadron Collider and tagging great white sharks in New Zealand and Australia
Flora Finder app, memory and the brain, and panel on the state of New Zealand science .
High altitude training for athletes, gravity and bone, green chemistry, and fish and warming temperatures
NZ International Science Festival, Auti interactive toy, sedentary behaviour and catching gravity waves.
Inanga habitat restoration, potential biocontrol microbes for brassicas, James Piercy on his recovery from severe brain injury, and house spiders.
Deep ocean Argo floats; and health of the Hauraki Gulf and the Sea Change marine spatial plan project