Particle launched in 2017 as a science media brand that delivers creative, engaging, digital content designed to bring science to a digitally connected audience. Particle is produced in-house by Scitech and supported by the Western Australian Government through the Office of Science.
It sounds amazing, but we can all learn to use sound to detect our surroundings, just like bats or dolphins. No eyes required.
Astronomers are detecting a mysterious, powerful form of radiation blipping across space, and nobody's quite sure why.
When a language dies, a whole swathe of cultural practices and perceptions die too. In Australia, people are using technology to preserve and celebrate language and culture.
Not too cold, not too hot—the conditions for life are found not just on Earth, but on a handful of other places out in the universe.
The SETI Institute has analysed images of our moon and pinpointed a possible home away from Earth.
First came smartphones. Then smart watches. Now smart fridges. But how smart were the fridges of the gold rush?
In Greek mythology, the chimera was a fire-breathing monster—part goat, part snake and part lioness. Guess what? You are a bit like this—a patchwork of genes and foreign cells.
Keeping an eye on your health is extra important if you're 54 million kilometres from a hospital.
Coral reefs are not getting a break. On top of climate change and bleaching, now tonnes of plastic trash are making them sick.
Just as rules are made to be broken, instructions aren't necessarily made to be followed. What impact do LEGO instructions have on inspiring and developing the builders of tomorrow?