One federal police officer hopes to use powerful artificial intelligence to automatically scan the dark web to catch paedophiles and drug traffickers.
Matt Pearson has so many dreams, he has to be careful to order them, so he does not lose track.
If you have dinner reservations or theatre tickets for September 22, 2135 (it's a Thursday), now might be a good time to scuttle them.
The astronaut spent a year on board the ISS and has come back genetically different, scientists have discovered.
Stephen Hawking had pinned his hopes on 'M-theory' to fully explain the universe – here's what it is
Since Einstein’s death in 1955, a lot of progress has been made toward a theory of everything.
The potential applications of CRISPR are enormous. It’s the closest we’ve ever come to a cure for cancer. We’ve already been able to cure HIV infection in animal models, and even in human cell cultures. Incurable genetic diseases, like Duchenne’s muscular dystrophy, could soon be a thing of the past. CRISPR has already been used to cure the disease in rats. But some are not so convinced.
The new approach could one day allow people to screen themselves for the risks that could lead to heart disease.
The maiden flight marked the first time a privately-financed venture ever attempted to launch a rocket so powerful that it was capable of hoisting a payload out of Earth's orbit.
Deep in a tropical rain forest, during a time when dinosaurs walked the earth, four tiny spiders crawled down a tree, got stuck in some sticky resin and never climbed up again.
After 1856 Martian days among blue sunsets, sand dunes and small, lumpy moons, the Mars rover Curiosity sat on the ridge of an ancient lake bed and looked back on its five-year-long journey so far.
NASA had searched for the spacecraft, worth about $US150 million, for two years before giving up.
A slab of rock, found in a NASA parking lot, holds the fossilised tracks of several dinosaurs and even a few early mammals
Breath Well aims to prevent breast cancer patients' hearts being exposed to dangerous radiation.
Australia is in the hot seat for a visual spectacle of a lifetime with a super blue blood moon full eclipse set to grace our skies on Wednesday night.
An online map shows the activity of people who use fitness devices such as Fitbit, including soldiers at US bases.
The mosquito may learn to associate your swatting vibrations with your scent and it just may remember: this is not a person who will tolerate me.
The orbiting station serves as a laboratory in space where a rotating cast of international astronauts performs experiments.
This year’s Australia Day address is delivered by Australian of the Year, quantum physicist Michelle Simmons.
The infants are being bottle fed and are said to be growing normally compared with monkeys their age.
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