Despite all technology has afforded us, there are still millions of starving people around the world. But some people believe we can use technology to make sure there’s food for everyone.
The Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation launched a programme called City Challenge to attract new ideas to turn Hong Kong into a smart city.
A huge atom smasher is pushing the boundaries of science in Europe – and Hong Kong is helping.
To say Ryan Ma loves fish is an understatement. The self-proclaimed fish enthusiast has been passionate about the creatures ever since he got his first fish tank at the age of four.
The Zika virus is “scarier” than previously thought, health officials warn, and more money is needed to fight the virus that can cause terrible birth defects.
Schools in Hong Kong are finding ways to pollute less by cutting out their greenhouse gas emissions.
People don’t fly into storms on purpose. This is something we take for granted. But for the pilots of the Government Flying Service (GFS), flying into storms is a part of the job.
Our planet is just a tiny speck in the enormous vastness that is the universe. Within that huge universe, there is plenty that we still don’t understand.
At the Hong Kong Science Museum, Dr Helen Colley stands in front of a screen showing a picture of an ear on a mouse. This one is special – it’s a human ear growing on the back of a mouse.
Cheung Sha Wan Catholic Secondary School students think drone technology might become the next piano lessons
Forget learning an instrument, using drones is the next key skill you’ll need.