Today is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. The United Nations created this day in 2015 with the aim of making sure that women and girls would have “full and equal access to and participation in science”.
And it's not just for fun: the study will help human patients with a condition that affects facial perception
Primary and secondary students from 24 DSS schools show off their science and tech skills.
Forecasters input current conditions into computer simulations to predict a storm’s path, and how strong it will be.
They won in both the proposal and exhibition categories, and won HK$2,000 cash prize as proposal champions and a HK$10,000 as exhibition champions.
Both local and overseas teams battled it out for honours at the 50th Joint School Science Exhibition (JSSE) which ends today at the Hong Kong Central Library in Causeway Bay.
The history of solar eclipses from old superstition to modern science.
The sun is about to spill some of its secrets, and maybe even reveal a few hidden truths of the cosmos.
You've made it through take off and you're just settling down for a quiet flight when bing-bong the "please fasten your seatbelts" announcement is made. Is it time to freak out?
Let's hear it for our finned friends, even if studio bosses play our emotions like a cheap guitar.
Discover more about a time long in the past at the Eternal Life: Exploring Ancient Egypt exhibition at the Hong Kong Science Museum, thanks to computerised technology.