Australian researchers have found a way of slowing down digital information carried as light by transforming it into sound waves within a microchip.
Patients taking a commonly prescribed immunosuppressant are being urged to consult their doctor after two people died during a clinical study.
As Cassini started to spin and disintegrate in Saturn's frozen atmosphere, it had one final gift for us.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft plunged into Saturn on Friday, ending its groundbreaking 13-year Saturn mission.
The course has been set. The end is in sight. There's no turning back now.
Scientists who've monitored probe 'since it opened its eyes on universe' to watch over final moments.
Using an MRI scanner, neuroscientist Dr Gregory Berns has discovered what your dog is thinking.
Astronomer Caroline Foster has always been fascinated by questions she cannot solve. Especially questions so hard no one seems that interested in solving them.
A 'eureka moment' suggests a way over a hurdle that quantum computer scientists saw impeding future progress.
Australian diamond lasers may eventually be powerful enough to knock a missile out of the air.
Research by the University of NSW shows that Babylonians, not Greeks, discovered trigonometry.
Scientists have found a way to make spider silk five times stronger.
Might settlers on Mars be able to see the red planet turn white? A new study surprisingly suggests so.
An aide warned "don't look" at the president as he gestured toward the sun.
Viewers outside the US can watch the total eclipse by livestream.
The ACT government has teamed up with the South Australian government to put Australia in the space race.
Humans could have lived and thrived in inhospitable conditions in south Asia 20,000 years earlier than previously thought.
Most Australians think science has made life easier but feel that change has come too fast.
The discovery by Australian scientist Kira Westaway took treks through Indonesian rainforest, a dogged refusal to take no for an answer, and a fax machine.
Unless you have been hiding under a rock, you know by now that the sun and the moon will be the stars of the Great American Eclipse of 2017. It happens on August 21, when the moon will pass between the sun and Earth, and, depending on where you are in the United States and a few other countries, the moon can be seen completely, or partially, blocking the sun.