It’s a fine time of day for Australians to tune in for the live results of NASA’s Mars Ingenuity helicopter flight experiment.
Researchers are working on a promising new material to replace plastic that’s made out of wood and can completely biodegrade.
A new theoretical model for the Antikythera Mechanism suggests we’re really close to cracking the case on this puzzling artefact!
Scientists used a modified version of the Marshmallow test to discover cuttlefish are comparable to apes in waiting for gratification.
Watch out for science deniers with these five handy tips, including how they attempt to discredit experts and spread dangerous misinformation.
Harnessing the ocean as a renewable energy source is taking off. And Australia is well placed to ride that wave!
Advances in creating transparent wood are both sustainable and exciting! Imagine what you could achieve with this material…
Can pigs play videogames? The question that has had scientists stumped since time began has finally been answered.
This spinach sends emails: not spooky chain mail, lucrative offers from Nigerian princes, or penis enlargements, but alerts for explosives.
A Finnish physicist has proposed the idea of building an inhabitable space station orbiting the dwarf planet Ceres.
After two years of unsuccessfully attempting to dig into Mars’ surface, one cute little probe tells us its story of failure.
Inverted y-axis controls just make sense and you can’t convince me otherwise. A new study will surely confirm this.
Scientists have discovered the final chemical building block of life on a comet, furthering the idea that our life all came from space.
New advances in AI are smashing the competition and determining the structure of proteins which has huge implications for scientific research.
Not only are they a bunch of weird little rat-ducks who lay eggs with a dash of venom, now they can glow too.
Mysterious seeds are showing up in Australian mailboxes as part of a “brushing scam”, so X-rays are being tested to sniff them out.