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Every fall, Fiona Marshall’s home is besieged by legions of mice.
South Korean tech giant Samsung has told customers worldwide to stop using their Galaxy Note 7 smartphones after a spate of battery explosions threatens to derail the powerhouse global brand.
Director Terrence Malick spent four decades on his most ambitious film project yet, Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience, a screen journey that begins with the Big Bang and glimpses earth’s eventual end.
For most primary school students in the city, the only way to learn about science is from textbooks – but science can be practical and exciting if you learn to apply it outside of the classroom.
Europe’s ground-breaking quest to unravel the Solar System’s mysteries concludes Friday with the Rosetta comet chaser crashlanding onto the cosmic wanderer’s rocky surface. If you know nothing about Rosetta's adventures, here is a breakdown through numbers:
We love butterflies and we dislike the poor moth - but here's why moths don't deserve the hate they get and why they are seriously under-appreciated.
Japan and South Korea have topped a ranking list that recognises universities and colleges for doing the most to promote science and invent new technology.
Doctors warn this is just the tip of the iceberg.
One of China’s most infamous serial killers was finally caught decades after he killed his first victim thanks to the use of genetic tests usually used by scientists.
Researchers at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas, have discovered that female mosquitoes can transmit the Zika virus to their eggs and offspring.
Italy’s earthquake was a lot weaker than a recent one in Myanmar, but it did far more damage because it happened at a shallower depth.