It's a finding that is destined to start a new round of arguments over the aircon?remote.
In deep space, it's kill or be killed.
Combustion has been found to release particles of titanium, researchers say.
You might think you see and hear continuously, like a video camera that is always recording.
Our clothing could soon store all the power we need to recharge our phones thanks to a new type of fabric that can hold electricity just like a battery, developed by Deakin scientists.
In an unexpected side effect, the HPV vaccine has also almost wiped-out a lethal and incurable childhood disease
Lyuba, the world's most complete and best-preserved woolly mammoth, is now on show in Sydney.
The newfound world, dubbed Ross 128 b, is the closest temperate planet known to orbit a "quiet star" and it appears to meet some of the basic requirements for habitability.
Early every morning this week,?glimmering Venus and Jupiter will slide up from below the eastern horizon.
A New Zealand university is investigating the conduct of researchers who let the subject of a "noise sensitisation" experiment continue to drive a vehicle despite experiencing a "severe" response after visiting a wind farm in NSW.
The so-called shadow zone in the north Pacific circulates perhaps every 2000 years.
A star in a far-off galaxy first grew so huge it was bigger than our entire solar system.
The CSIRO has launched new Future Science Platforms to make Australia a renewable energy exporter and hydrogen fuel hotspot.
These orang-utans boast genetic, skeletal and tooth differences from the two other species.
Broccoli and dumpling emojis have been approved, while a scuba mask, oil lamp and flat shoes for women have been added to the draft list.
Bactera-killing drugs may be impeding our ability to fight cancer, two new studies suggest.
The rise of Donald Trump and even the likes of One Nation's Malcolm Roberts can be halted, the prominent UK science broadcaster says.
Malcolm Turnbull says he looks forward to deeper collaboration with Israel, considered a cyber warfare superpower.
By better understanding what dinosaurs looked like, we can learn more about their behaviour and the environments they lived in.
Having a lucid dream is like "dancing on the edge of consciousness". You're safely in bed – but if you want to, you can fly.