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It's not just Saturn and the giant gas planets of the solar system that bear rings. For the first time, rings have been found around an asteroid.
Local artists Skinner and Art:tech have a fascination with the nightmarish and the weird, and their works are reminiscent of the 'Twilight Zone'. It's positively Kafkaesque.
There are those who remain unconvinced by all the reports on lost flight MH370. More information doesn’t always mean a better understanding. There are always going to be doubters.
Magician Andrew Mayne likes to baffle people with his tricks, but his wish is to be able to teleport.
A US teen has outlined how Garamond uses up to 30% less ink than other similar fonts.
Exoskeleton robot maker Cyberdyne burst onto the Japanese stock market on March 26, with the issue more than doubling on its first day of trade.
Researchers are developing blood tests designed to help doctors detect Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and mild cognitive impairment such as Parkinson’s disease.
Sometimes bad things come in small packages, as in the case of Methanosarcina, a methane-producing microbe that's been blamed for the worst mass extinction in Earth's history.
Australia’s dingo is a unique species, not a kind of wild dog as previously believed, according to a new study that definitively classifies the country’s largest land predator.