Imagine being able to step inside a microscope, or the lens of a robot on Mars, and walk through what they see … well, welcome to the Cave.
The terrible consequences for patients of antibiotic-resistant bacteria have caused worldwide alarm and inspired scientists to try a radical new strategy.
Thousands of young people with disabilities find themselves languishing in nursing homes for the elderly. Researchers hope to change this.
Prosecuting war criminals raises complex legal and moral issues that must run the political gauntlet.
From knife, to needle, to nothing at all, ultrasound offers the potential for completely bloodless surgery.
A major technical obstacle has been jumped in science's quest to deliver revolutionary graphene technologies to industry and medicine.
Universities are pursuing with increasing confidence and creativity the education opportunities presented by online technologies.
Students from Britain and Australia study simultaneously in a classroom that blends real and virtual space.
At the 2013 Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix two cars attracted an inordinate amount of attention from team engineers, given they were not part of the headline event.
3-D virtual-world computer gaming technology is giving pharmacy students a realistic experience of the complex industrial processes involved in pharmaceuticals manufacturing.
In an environment that mimics the real world, business students are able to get a feel for the daily cut and thrust of finance markets.
European colonisation is portrayed mostly as an era of brutal subjugation of Indigenous peoples, but the cultural engagement may not always have been one-sided.
Next time you are stuck in a traffic jam, calm yourself with the knowledge that in the realm of statistical mechanics lies an explanation.
Can technology change the circumstances faced by five billion people around the world who live in poverty?
Teaching and learning without boundaries.