Skywatcher and satellite tracker photographs US Air Force's secret space plane in orbit

Ever since it started taking to space, there has been a lot of mystery and controversy…

Paper tsunami: How the move to digital medical records is leaving us drowning in old paper files

The recent case of paper medical files from a Brisbane hospital found on a busy street…

Growing VEGGIEs in Space

Leafy greens are growing in space! Click here for original story, Growing VEGGIEs in…

Measuring light and vacuum fluctuations from a time flow perspective

Some of the greatest unanswered questions about the nature of the universe are related to light,…

Text messaging to Whatsapp—early adopters and inertia

Text messaging remains an important means of electronic communication for many people requiring only the simplest…

How to discover new materials quickly

The number of potential new materials that can be assembled from elements in the periodic table…

Could studying human origins help teenagers understand their complex emotions?

They were once considered our inferior, brutish relatives, but now researchers are using the story behind…

Auroral crackling sounds are related to the electromagnetic resonances of the Earth

A new study shows that the sounds generated at an altitude of 70 to 80 metres…

A virtual substrate opens path to oxide films on silicon for application in 5G, MEMS, sensors and quantum computation

Proof that a new ability to grow thin films of an important class of materials called…

Comment: Schoolchildren helped redesign a city to cut air pollution

Air pollution has a particularly damaging effect on children. They’re still growing and breathe faster than…