Professor Zhang Mingjie’s discovery of how the DISC1 protein works on the brain could help to develop new treatments and drugs.
Only a little over one third of teachers surveyed said they felt able to teach science, technology, engineering, and maths well.
“Extraordinary.” “Stellar.” “Truly awesome.” “A world-class find.”
University of Cambridge scientists disprove 'stupid sheep' stereotype as they recognise faces of Emma Watson and Barack Obama
And it's not just for fun: the study will help human patients with a condition that affects facial perception
Artificial biodegradable skin, water rockets and other cool things Hong Kong students made and showed off at the DSS STEM fair
Primary and secondary students from 24 DSS schools show off their science and tech skills.
Forecasters input current conditions into computer simulations to predict a storm’s path, and how strong it will be.
They won in both the proposal and exhibition categories, and won HK$2,000 cash prize as proposal champions and a HK$10,000 as exhibition champions.
Not even Typhoon Hato could stop innovative students from shining at the 50th Joint School Science Exhibition
Both local and overseas teams battled it out for honours at the 50th Joint School Science Exhibition (JSSE) which ends today at the Hong Kong Central Library in Causeway Bay.
Superstitions and solar eclipses: how science helped us understand what a total blackout really meant
The history of solar eclipses from old superstition to modern science.
Events like the first total solar eclipse across the United States in 99 years are more than a spectacle: they actually create science
The sun is about to spill some of its secrets, and maybe even reveal a few hidden truths of the cosmos.