Before Google, you had to ask a librarian to find the information you were looking for... no matter how weird it was. We look back at some of the strangest queries that the New York Public Library's librarians had to answer, and they're kind of hilarious.
The scientific names of animals should sound scientific... right? Instead, the western lowland gorilla is scientifically known as 'gorilla gorilla gorilla'. Yes, really.
The annual Australian STEM report aims to measure progress, challenges and opportunities available country wide in STEM education. If you're a teacher, student or parent, answer this quick survey to have your say on the state of STEM education.
Samsung is currently running the This is a STEM job competition to win one of three once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to intern with three mentors.
Robots come in all shapes and sizes, from the humanoid types to beeping bots. We've rounded up a shortlist of MVP movie robot characters most like us.
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Spooky Halloween monsters are all make believe, right? Many villainous creatures of our favourite science-fiction stories actually have their origins in skin-crawling scientific discoveries!
In the spirit of Halloween, here are 13 spooky, strange or just disgusting creatures. Some of these scary animals have even inspired some bizarre scientific studies.
In honour of Halloween, we’ve dug up some spooky science studies which scientists have carried out to try and explain our reactions to fear and the occult.
We searched for the best Halloween shows on Netflix, and found some killer viewing. Whether you're looking to bake your way through this sweet and scary holiday, or scare yourself silly, there's something for everyone on this list.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is coming along leaps and bounds from the boring chatbots of yesteryear. Now, AI can face off in a rap battle, challenge you to a dance-off or jam along with you as you play piano!
Bored online? Check out these entertaining science podcasts, YouTube series and TED talks - they’re just the right amount of science and fun.