From robotic rectums to rice sorting machines - the so-called robot revolution is already here, it's just that most people don't notice.
If you feel like your holidays are skating by, here are 4 science-backed ways to make time go slower.
We have two tickets to give away to the upcoming Dr Jane Goodall: Rewind the Future tour dates of your choice! Enter now.
From rising stars to bumbling blunders, these tech startups are iconic to say the least. Take our tech startups personality quiz to find out whether you're a billion dollar business or an epic fail.
Our picks for top podcasts in science, tech, engineering and maths are way more fun than listening to music... and you might even learn a little something.
We get it. Maths at school can be difficult, but it doesn't have to be! These cool maths games will have you sharpening your logic skills and injecting the fun back into maths.
Keen to learn something new or to explore a mind-boggling scientific theory without the monotonous textbooks? Try these educational YouTube channels for a refreshing take on all things STEM.
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ThisPersonDoesNotExist.com has spawned many a copycat algorithm. We take a look at three of the best (and worst)!
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.