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18 days ago
How much would you clone your pet for?
How much would you clone your pet for?

At $100 000 a head, the puppies frolicking around the fenced lawn in western Seoul don't come cheap.

Hardware
18 days ago
Robotic team puts SA on world map
Robotic team puts SA on world map

Hey That's Us had much to celebrate after winning a third place trophy for Teamwork in a competition that took place in Tenerife.

Space
18 days ago
China eyes hunt for alien life
China eyes hunt for alien life

The Five-hundred-metre Aperture Spherical Telescope will be used to explore space and help in the hunt for extraterrestrial life.

Space
18 days ago
Juno preps for cosmic date with Jupiter
Juno preps for cosmic date with Jupiter

The Juno spacecraft is spinning toward Jupiter for the closest encounter with the biggest planet in our solar system.

Software
18 days ago
Google serves up sweet morsel of Nougat
Google serves up sweet morsel of Nougat

Nougat's new features will include the ability to run apps without actually installing them on a device.

Internet
19 days ago
Beijing to crack down on fake news
Beijing to crack down on fake news

China's internet regulator will launch a crackdown on the reporting of news gathered from social media.

Science News
19 days ago
Cloning: ‘It has not lived (up) to the hype’
Cloning: ‘It has not lived (up) to the hype’

When Dolly the cloned sheep was born 20 years ago on July 5, many hailed mankind's new-found mastery over DNA.

Environment
19 days ago
How cosy fleeces are poisoning our oceans
How cosy fleeces are poisoning our oceans

Research has shown fleece are a major source of marine pollution, with hundreds of tiny polyester fibres released when they are washed.

Internet
19 days ago
Facebook defends its content standards
Facebook defends its content standards

Beset by a 10-month-old surge in Palestinian street attacks, Israel says that Facebook has been used to perpetuate bloodshed.

Environment
19 days ago
Sexual cannibalism in the insect kingdom
Sexual cannibalism in the insect kingdom

Why does the female praying mantis bite the head off her sexual partner? A new study seems to have found out why.

International
19 days ago
From SEAL to Silicon Valley leader
From SEAL to Silicon Valley leader

Keith David spent years flying around the world on covert missions - the perfect training for a career in Silicon Valley.

Kwazulu Natal
21 days ago
Themba, a symbol of hope
Themba, a symbol of hope

Themba was born a couple of weeks ago at Thula Thula Private Reserve much to the delight of both staff and guests. [VIDEO].

Opinion
21 days ago
What famous scientists earned
What famous scientists earned

Based on available data, Isaac Newton should have asked for a raise, writes Jesse Green.

Environment
22 days ago
Ozone hole on the mend
Ozone hole on the mend

Scientists say the hole in the ozone layer over Antartica is healing and may be closed by 2050.

SciTech News
22 days ago
Here come the virtual reality Olympics
Here come the virtual reality Olympics

Broadcaster NBC and Samsung are teaming up to offer virtual reality coverage of the Olympic games.