It's a lot more than you might think.
Using infrared thermal imaging to screen for COVID19 poses no risk to the public but must be done correctly to be reliable.
Despite what Elon Musk says, there are numerous challenges to overcome in creating completely self-driving cars that work in the real world.
Dark energy is probably a sea of constant energy in empty space itself, according to new research.
The atmosphere has a microbiome of bacteria, viruses and fungi that travel around the world on highways in the sky.
Changes in the Earth's magnetic field pose a great risk to electronic infrastructure.
As talk of recovery begins, it’s time to rethink the role of artificial intelligence in society.
When the dinosaurs went extinct, some species took over the world. Adaptability, not survivability, explains why.
The Earth's magnetic field is a lot weaker than we would expect around the island of St Helena.
How we identified a new ancestor of the likes of _Diplodocus_ from old bones.
New treatment can break down toxic substances into relatively harmless elements.
New Zealand has managed it, but densely population, highly infected countries face a bigger challenge.
In just a few years, the Hope mission has boosted UAE's economy and science capacity.
Research on conspiracy theories can help people become receptive to health advice.
Barriers for Black scientists won't go away without substantial funding – and measures that don't require white people to lose out.
How does the brain distinguish between the "self" and the "other"? A new study gives a clue.
The unique nature of the new particle could help us understand other, more complex mechanisms in physics that are not within our reach today.
Space agencies are seeking new ways to be prepared for a surgical emergency on a mission to Mars.
Frustrated by the inability to get good internet, a rural village decided to dig a superfast connection in themselves.
Recently washed cups could be safer than single-use containers that could have been sitting around for ages.