In space, no one can appreciate your artistic spacecraft rendering.
Hot on the heels of Rosetta, another audacious attempt to land on tiny rock in the depths of space.
3D printed materials that can change their shape could be revolutionary.
People were charged more than $100 to take an Uber cab away from the siege in Sydney this week. Does that mean Uber’s pricing is unethical?
From food to flame, how chemistry has shaped some of our favourite things on the festive table.
Video games' imaginative design, musical and narrative elements would be called art, novels, or creative works elsewhere, but as games are dismissed as “software”.
Moves to criminalise communication runs the risk of scooping innocents into the net.
We may think of Vikings as pillaging men, but new genetic research reveals many of the invaders of many coasts were actually women.
Harnessing the power of countless internet users can be done well, and done badly.
Research suggests that dogs can pick up on verbal and emotional cues and can recognise the language of their owners.
Can artificial intelligence save us from post-social media regret?
TV-ownership has declined for the first time. What does the changing face of television hold?
There’s problems with all taxi services, not just Uber.
To beat predators' smell-o-vision these fish impersonate the smell of something they wouldn’t eat – like coral.
An artificial intelligence can tune a television or work a mobile phone better than us, couldn’t it also write a novel or paint a picture?
It may not be to everyone’s taste, but what consenting adults can do in private they should be allowed to do in private, on film.
It may not be on our doorstep, but the Cape Verde island volcano is destroying livelihoods, not just holidaymakers' time in airports.
Macmillan’s decision to allow subscribers to share links to academic journals with the world is a step forward, albeit a very small one.
When human lives come to depend on robot intelligence and decision-making, it had better be good enough.