Dr Neil deGrasse Tyson – aka Mr Cosmos – is coming to Australia. To prepare for his arrival, let’s revisit the most astounding fact he knows about the universe.
Visit the Subzero Lab where scientists create avalanches, snowflake by snowflake.
There are plenty of ways to show the effects of climate change. Few are as arresting as these lines of fire, which outline where glaciers used to be.
That’s no mirage: these pastel-coloured pools in the Utah desert are actually used to make fertiliser. (We could have sworn they were making crayons.)
While you may live longer than 27, being a musician is going to kill you. A new study proves it – and shows which genres are the most dangerous for your health.
Stories involving plastic and the ocean are usually tales of disaster. This project, which pairs homeless hermit crabs with perfectly sized plastic abodes, is an exception.
Peep Show's David Mitchell wants to explain the mysteries of the universe to you, 60 seconds at a time.
What happens when your robot 'dies'? In Japan, you give it a proper funeral. (And that could soon be a thing here too.)
Scientists have solved the most important scientific question of our time: what music do cats enjoy listening to? (Spoiler: it ain’t MC Skat Kat.)
Sometimes it’s important to enjoy the simple things in life. Like NASA burning a shedload of fuel in the Utah desert.
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