Can innovative science education turn Thai students into agents of change and boost the country's economy?
Climate Change08 Apr 2016 21:04 GMT
Scientists say massive melting of polar ice has affected the distribution of the planet's weight.
Health28 Jan 2016 10:15 GMT
Study described as a "game-changer" identifies possible cause of mental condition affecting about 1 percent of people.
Science20 Dec 2015 20:29 GMT
A $54 million science museum has opened in Rio de Janeiro as Brazil prepares for next year's summer Olympics.
Netherlands04 Jun 2015 18:07 GMT
Researchers have demonstrated new advanced robotics that allow real-time remote control between Earth and space.
Space31 May 2015 10:34 GMT
Scientists breathe sigh of relief after $4m experimental Lightsail1 spacecraft resumes contact.
Arts & Culture24 May 2015 20:07 GMT
Nobel Prize winner, who inspired Oscar winning movie, dies with his wife in a car accident in US state of New Jersey.
Science & Technology14 May 2015 11:47 GMT
Innovation Prize for Africa awarded to Moroccan researcher for developing natural alternative to livestock antibiotics.
Science & Technology13 May 2015 12:41 GMT
The European Space Agency takes drastic action after eruptions of dust and gas force a reset of its Rosetta spacecraft.
Science05 Apr 2015 19:40 GMT
World's largest particle smasher set in motion as scientists seek answers as to how universe came into existence.
France20 Feb 2015 09:35 GMT
The week's top stories from the world of science and technology from Al Jazeera Technology Editor Tarek Bazley.
Middle East17 Feb 2015 21:29 GMT
Video of cleric claiming the Earth does not rotate around the Sun has gone viral, generating both humour and criticism.
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Stephanie Scawen takes us on a journey through life as a Multiple Sclerosis patient and tracks the search for a cure.
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