Wrist injuries forced some of the top players to miss out on this year's Australian Open. It's an ongoing problem and such injuries are partly to blame on how players grip their racquet.
Millions of Chinese citizens have been blacklisted by Chinese authorities from booking flights or high speed train tickets due to low social credit scores.
The world is made of tiny building blocks called 'elements'. Scientists have worked out how fast some elements change into other elements. That gives us a very big clue about how old the Earth is.
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are two of the greatest tennis players in recent years at the Australian Open. So what makes them stand out from the rest?
DNA marketplaces powered by the blockchain and new cryptocurrency tokens promise to let you profit from your own genome.
It can be tough for younger players to make it to the top of professional tennis. But it's not impossible, if you look at the numbers.
Many people, from children to the elderly, wear glasses. Andy, age 5, wants to know how they work.
The galaxies, stars and planets in our universe can look very different when you view them through equipment that sees beyond the visible light our eyes can see.
Some of today's top tennis players are playing more games and at an earlier age than the court stars of yesteryear. And that can lead to injuries.
In the early 20th century a Russian scientist – regarded as the father of rocketry – made some novel predictions on where we would be in space in the 21st century. So how accurate was he?
Tech companies are beginning to recognise that there is an ethical dimension to their work, and that they have some responsibility for the well-being of their users.
New research uncovers how Australian children actually use Minecraft – shedding light on what devices they use, the social nature of play and a reality check on claims of gender-neutrality.
People have been forced to move in the past thanks to changes in sea levels that affected Australia's coastline.
Four star names from Aboriginal Australia have been recognised by the International Astronomical Union. So what are they and where to find them?
Upcoming innovations suggest that 2018 might be the year when the promise of augmented reality begins to be realised.
Australian cricket captain Steve Smith's play during the recent Ashes saw him hailed as one of the greatest Australian players. So what do the numbers say?
Have you ever been told not to put metal in the microwave? Edie, age 8, wants to know why.
Has your doctor ever taken a photo of your medical condition? It's really useful to aid diagnosis, but we still don't have the right legislation to ensure legal and ethical protections.
The story of where humans come from is growing as new evidence -- and new methods of analysis -- emerge all the time.
So you got a new telescope for Christmas. While it's fun for some sightseeing in the night sky you can also use your telescope to learn about the physics universe.
A few tips and tricks on how to make the best use of your one minute chance to get your message across.
Rollercoasters have grown higher, faster, loopier and they've even entered the virtual world. Soon you might not even need to visit a theme park to enjoy the ride.
From _Harry Potter: Wizards Unite_ to _The Last of Us Part 2_, the new year promises some exciting releases in the world of gaming.
Your guide to some of the best meteor showers for 2018. Where to look and when in both the northern and southern skies to catch nature's fireworks.
Does big data threaten how humans explore the natural world? We need to protect our impulses to observe, compare, play, discover and love, no matter what technological capabilities are available.