Watch one of the smartest guys alive, Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson explain to six-and-three-quarters-year-old Jack what’s really important.
The British are at work producing the world’s first supersonic land vehicle to reach over 1600 km/h. Bloodhound SSC will do the almost impossible right here in South Africa.
CloudFare’s new data centre in Johannesburg can decrease latency in South Africa from over 300ms to as low as 3ms. What is CloudFare all about?
That’s right, the US has, after months of in-service testing, pretty much got this thing working properly. Oh and it’s accurate too, not stormtrooper accurate… lightsaber accurate.
A lab in South Korea has been successfully cloning canines for the last 14 years, but getting your childhood friend back aint cheap.
The new 96 megawatt (MW) photovoltaic solar power project in South Africa’s Northern Cape province is now online and will help the country meet its critical electricity needs.
Pray you never have to face this guy, the Black Sea Devil Angler Fish is quite possibly one of the most terrifying-looking mofos in the ocean… even if she aint all that big.
A tiny new shrimp, called the “stargazer mysid” by divers because of its eyes’ apparent permanent upward gaze, has been found in the extensively sampled waters of False Bay, Cape Peninsula, South Africa.
People can be quite negative about the lack of development in South Africa, but if you look a little closer you’ll see that South Africans are great inventors.
From flu to Ebola, this little gadget could change the way we detect and diagnose scores of illnesses.
The number of infant deaths in African countries makes death on the continent higher than anywhere else in the world, even more so than equally-underdeveloped countries; but there may be some hope yet.
The European Space Agency (ESA) is looking at taking 3D printing from fake pineapples and lampshades to an entire lunar base, intended to support human life.
Nope, this isn’t sci-fi fantasy and we’re not referring to ‘The Matrix’. Soon we’ll see farmed human beings being used for testing, instead of animals.
Leave it to the Danish to figure out the key to Aquaman’s abilities, or at least stuff a whole lot of oxygen into just a few crystals. Either way, underwater breathing is within reach, but that’s not all.
“After the International Space Station and the Large Hadron Collider, the world’s next great science project is the Square Kilometre Array,” declared UK Science Minister David Willetts, as he announced Â£100 million worth of funding to the radio telescope project hosted in South Africa.
The first black African to power into space is gearing up to go from part-time DJ in a South African township to the second Afronaut – and all because of a body spray…
Most people know that the world’s first heart transplant was performed in Cape Town by Dr Chris Barnard, but did you know that other South African inventions include the CAT scan, Q20 and ‘Kreepy Krawly’?