Forget Honda’s ASIMO or Boston Dynamics’ Atlas – the newest ‘bot on the block is Method-2, a giant robot built in South Korea.
The 15-year-old wants her fellow females to carve out careers in science, technology and engineering and maths, subjects traditionally dominated by guys.
As 2016 comes to a close, here is a look back at some of the top scientific breakthroughs, discoveries, and announcements.
Could complete silence cause a complete breakdown? YP junior reporters enter anechoic chamber at HKU to find out
Last month, five JRs visited HKU’s anechoic chamber, a lab built to minimise sound and mimic the acoustic effects of outer space.
All that screen-gazing can lead to myopia, dry eyes and headaches. A lack of proper eye care after developing myopia can make it even worse.
Many of us will be familiar with the forensic doctors on TV shows like Cast le and CSI. So what is it like to be a real-life forensic doctor?
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: