In a world first, scientists have succeeded in recovering RNA molecules from a preserved Tasmanian tiger specimen.
Psychologists Akira O'Connor and Christopher Moulin explain their research into the mysterious feeling of jamais vu.
The discovery - the largest of its kind ever made - could provide the world with enough lithium to build batteries for decades.
Scientist Kristin Omberg takes a look at nanoparticles and how they could shape our future... for better or worse.
Folk remedies have been around for as long as human society, but do they still have a place in the 21st-Century ?
If you spent months cut off from the outside world, would you be able to tell if it was even day or night ?
Neurophysiologist Par Halje looks at how research into psychedelics could help us understand consciousness.
The idea of harvesting solar energy in space and returning it to the Earth has been around for decades.
The popular 1980s movie robot has been brought back to life thanks to the tireless efforts of Ryan Howard.
Scientist Andrew Glikson outlines the case for a 520km-wide crater situated deep beneath modern-day Australia.
A professor of molecular biogerontology has indicated that humans could potentially live for much longer than we do now.
A look at some of the early work of J. Robert Oppenheimer - the man known as the father of the atomic bomb.
The achievement represents another step toward unlimited clean energy that could revolutionize the world.
A new type of superconductor called LK-99 has been dubbed one of the holy grails of physics and engineering.
Earth Sciences Professor Thomas Gernon takes a look at recent research into the secrets of diamonds.
Researchers have found that there is something to the stories of people who claim that others get ill when they are around.
Researchers outline the potential dangers posed by ancient pathogens being unleashed on an unsuspecting world.
The world-famous physicist Albert Einstein wrote a letter to a religious studies tutor back in April 1950.
The 'Terminator' director maintains that he already warned mankind about the dangers of AI nearly 40 years ago.
Michael Raduga reportedly lost a significant amount of blood while undertaking a 10-hour procedure on his own head.