Two sheep are in the news this week - one in Australia for its record wool and another in Britain for its promotion in the UK army.
ANU researcher finds in a national park a spider endemic to Australia with unique colours.
While 3.04 trillion trees on Earth seems an impressive number, scientists say there should have been more trees were it not for deforestation.
European scientists favour smaller and less expensive telescopes capable of discovering explanets.
Scientists are exploring the mechanism of a tiny type of jellyfish with a waterjet-shooting structure to develop a new design of underwater vehicle.
In a simulation, students used a laser that could potentially deflect an asteroid and alter its course in space by de-spinning the object.
The hydrogen fuel cell systems will support the world’s first and longest UAV flight, and for difficult search and rescue operations over large areas of sea or land in the future.
Gates calls for more funds to protect the world’s poorest farmers from climate change as they produce a large and growing share of the world’s food supply.
Paris police catch gang members who victimise seniors using a drug made in Colombia.
Nanyang Technology University invention of new way of intensifying efficacy of Mo2S catalysts could help cut down fossil fuel use and cut carbon footprints.