News articles tagged 'Innovation'

Grants available to businesses through Callaghan Innovation

Callaghan Innovation is a stand-alone Crown Entity which was established on 1 February 2013 with the policy objective of increasing New Zealand businesses’ investment in R&D to support long-term growth. Read More

Access to cashed-out tax losses on the cards for small start-up firms

The government has released a consultation document regarding changes to New Zealand’s R&D tax scheme in an effort to encourage innovation as part of the Business Growth Agenda. Read More

A “wee” Bit of Power

Could you get over the “Yuck” factor to collect your urine for electricity to power your home or gadgets? Today’s digital high tech modern age has a huge demand and reliance on energy sources. Read More

Government’s ‘Better by …’ programme expanded to address one of the key issues facing young technology-based companies

Bridging the recognised funding gap between promising research and transition to the market has hopefully become more achievable with the announcement of New Zealand Trade and Enterprise’s (NZTE) new ‘Better by Capital’ service. Read More

LanzaTech strikes a double in NZBIO awards

Innovative Biotech company LanzaTech has been awarded Company of the Year at the NZBio 2011 Annual Excellence Awards. Read More

Celebrating World Intellectual Property Day: Monday 26 April

On April 26, 2010, the World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO) and member firms across the world celebrate both the 10th anniversary of World Intellectual Property Day and the 40th anniversary of the entry into force of the... Read More

The Montana World of Wearable Arts Awards - Innovation at its heart

Congratulations this year goes to David Walker from Alaska, USA for ‘Lady of the Wood’ – the 2009 Winner Supreme Montana WOW Award & Winner Tourism NZ Avant Garde Section. See all the winners. Read More

Congratulations to Resene Paints Ltd.

Resene Paints has been awarded a prize of a million dollars worth of R&D for winning IRL's "What's your problem New Zealand?" competition. Read More