At Ocean Park’s International STEAM Education Conference, Professor Peter Taylor explains why combining art and science is so important.
Human activities such food production and energy consumption are major causes of why the Earth is in such bad shape.
The Eta Aquarids shower, which is active between April and May each year, was expected to be at its brightest on Monday night.
Study conducted by International Union for Conservation of Nature says that 21 out of 46 sites that have glaciers will lose all their ice by the year 2100.
The 500-metre aperture spherical telescope in Guizhou province is the largest single radio dish on the planet, but was not designed to look at the signals that black holes emit.
Top designs include a robot that collects waste on beaches, and a prototype that filters pollutants from seawater.
What is a pescatarian? How about a flexitarian? They all revolve around eating a plant-based diet, but there are notable differences.
Pictures of supermassive black hole in the centre of galaxy M87 confirmed predictions about the nature of the cosmic abysses.
Scientists are planning to reveal the first picture of a black hole today.
An expert at medical entomology says body chemistry is the main factor that determines how attractive you are to the mini bloodsuckers.
The US Transportation Department is probing the Federal Aviation Administration's approval of the jumbo jet after it was involved in two crashes.