If aliens exist, would they look similar to use or take a form beyond our wildest imaginings? The answer depends on how we think evolution works at the deepest level.
Seeing through a killer wasp's nest.
For the unfit among us, or Baby Boomers who think they are younger than they really are, an electric bike is a transport game-changer.
Scientists report paralysed patients have regained feeling in their legs after training to control robotics with their brains, after a study was conducted in Brazil.
New research links certain colours in photographs to depression.
World-first battery testing taking place in Canberra will reveal critical information about the best ways to store renewables.
Conspiracy theories can be stubborn, particularly in the echo chamber of the internet. Some scientists decided to get involved in this one.
Former Lyneham Primary School student turned Antarctic climate change researcher is ACT's brightest scientific mind in 2016
For nearly nine decades, science’s favorite explanation for the origin of life has been the 'primordial soup'. Recent research points to a different story.
Bryan Johnson wants to find a way to supercharge the human brain so that we can keep up with the machines.
It is a journey like no other. Walking on the membrane of a breast cancer cell, watching nanoparticles descend to its surface.
The illegal trade in tiger bone and skin is threatening these majestic creatures.
With the chief executive's contract still under a cloud is it time for him to go?
The Greenland shark can live to the age of 400, making it the world's longest-living vertebrate
Sydney Science Festival started with a bang on Thursday night at the Powerhouse Museum.
What or who was behind this outback murder-mystery?
Figuring out how to make fire was no doubt an evolutionary boon to our ancestors. But it may have led to our smoking habit and the emergence of tuberculosis.
Three tiny craft built in Australia are the first locally made satellites to go into space in 15 years.
Gaming can boost students' school performance and should be incorporated into classroom activities.
Smashing atoms right in the centre of Sydney.