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The idea of artificial intelligence is no longer wild and futuristic – it’s an increasingly integral part of our lives.
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Following a study that shows creating fresh water from seawater creates a lot of toxic waste, here are some more green fixes that can damage the planet.
British Council’s Spark Festival has outdone itself this year, with an incredible programme of events for creative minds. If you’re feeling overwhelmed with choice, here are our unmissable top picks.
Your next smartphone might be just a little different. Picture this: you pull your phone out of your pocket and unfold it like a napkin into a tablet. You press your finger on the screen, and it unlocks.
China’s space programme made history this morning when its Chang’e 4 lunar spacecraft successfully touched down on the moon’s far side, which has never been explored.
As Hong Kong prepares for it annual New Year fireworks and light show, we explore how the colourful pyrotechnic devices actually work
Form 6 student Bai Zhiyuan won the 2018 Hang Lung Mathematics Awards for a research paper about geometry.
Previous research suggests we look for unhealthy snacks when we aren’t well rested because of changes in our hormone levels, but a recent study points to changes in brain activity as the main cause.
The search for a way to good food elsewhere intensifies, as Nasa and private companies plan manned expeditions to Mars within 15 years.
The annual December celestial event features particularly slow-moving shootings stars. Here's where to go to see it, and how best to capture it.

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