Editor's choice Wednesday, 27 March 2019
News in Science NASA cancels first all-female spacewalk because it didn't have two fitting spacesuits
For the first time in history, two women were schedule to conduct a spacewalk together, but NASA was forced to scrap the plans when it discovered only one of the women could have a spacesuit that fit her.
- Ancient whales were fearsome predators with razor-sharp teeth, fossil analysis shows
- Focus on the beauty of the human body
- Australian trapdoor spider may be a seafaring castaway from Africa
- Molecule discovery on Titan an intriguing clue in hunt for life
- Ancient DNA shows Canaanites survived Biblical 'slaughter'
- Scientists create 3D print brain-like tissue from stem cells
- Indigenous rock shelter pushes Australia's human history back to 65,000 years
- Super-fast stars in the Milky Way are 'runaways' from another galaxy
- Cockie drummers beat a regular rhythm to catch a mate
- The origin of the tabby coat and other cat mysteries revealed
Thursday, 14 March 2019
Why do people have different eye colours? Why don't plastic containers dry properly in the dishwasher? What is glow-in-the dark chicken? Dr Karl answers these questions and more, with host Linda Marigliano on triple j Mornings.
Wednesday, 28 June 2017
Could life have evolved on the longest mountain range on Earth, that is so far under the water it's invisible to most of us?
Saturday, 26 August 2017
Elen Feuerriegel risked her life to recover bones hidden in a cave below the rolling hills of South Africa. What she found helped open a new chapter in the story of human evolution.
Phone fears unfounded
Thursday, 24 August 2017
Do smartphones cause brain cancer? Do they really mess with a plane's navigation gear? And petrol pumps? Really??
Tuesday, 22 August 2017
In the year 1926, the pioneering scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla predicted a device that would allow us to communicate instantly over any distance, seeing and hearing one another as though face to face.