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Antibiotics are meant to help our bodies fight against harmful bacteria and keep it from growing inside us, but did you know taking too many over time can actually strengthen the bacteria?
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Do you know what a mutoscope is? The Science Museum is combining history with science in its latest exhibition - and there's a lot you probably didn't know.
The museum's recent Muse Fest offered a rare glimpse into the inner workings of the world's largest kinematical.
At 22 metres tall and more than 20 years old, the Energy Machine is one of the Science Museum's most impressive and oldest attractions.
The Jurassic franchise made velociraptors look pretty sleek, but recent findings suggest they may have had feathers
Jurassic World has cooler dinosaurs to interest people.
With Jurassic World hitting local cinemas, a dino expert reveals how realistic the film is.
Many universities, companies and governments around the world are working hard to unleash the potential of 3D printing.
It's not pretty, but slime mould is proving to be very smart.
Humans have long known how important fungus is. But what about mould? Do you think it can be helpful to humans? To students from City University of Hong Kong, the answer is "yes".
View from Frutillar, April 23.
Twin blasts from the Calbuco volcano in Chile sent people running on Wednesday. Authorities warn there might be another blast to follow
Yep, they're real dinosaur eggs.
They might look like they belong on the set of Game of Thrones, but these 43 fossilised eggs are not dragons.
Ju Ching Chu winners (from left) Simon Tang Man-chung, Hui Tsz-chung, Yan Hiu-lam, and Cheng Ka-shuen with their winning exhaust fan.
From investigations to inventions, the Hong Kong Student Science Competition was a success.
In 2014, Malala was named to Time's annual unranked list of most influential teenagers.
The scientist who found the asteroid said that "if anyone deserves to have an asteroid named after them, [Malala] does."