Algorithms and fashion combine to create new designs and predict future trends with impressive results.
Interesting science feature reports.
Despite a new, potent injectable to help divers kill record numbers of crown of thorns starfish, the plague continues to eat huge swathes of the Great Barrier Reef down to white skeletons. Reporter Anja Taylor visits some Queensland scientists working on creative ways of controlling their numbers, from robot starfish terminators to the terrifying smell of giant underwater snails.
Fossil hunters want to know what life was like when dinosaurs became extinct 66 million years ago. We join an Aussie palaeontologist on a US expedition searching for dinosaur fossils in Antarctica, the most challenging place to explore the end of their ancient world.
Fifty metres beneath the teeming megacity of Tokyo is an underworld river system - 6.4km of tunnels, colossal water tanks, massive pillars, giant pumps that remove 200 tonnes of floodwater every second. It's an engineering marvel built to protect Tokyo against the increasing threat of flooding.
In June 2016 four states of Australia were battered by a ferocious east coast low. Did warmer temperatures play a role? How are storm patterns changing across Australia and will we see more like this.
A team of Australian scientists are designing a comfortable, high tech "Bionic Bra" that responds when you need more support and relaxes when you don't.
Interesting features from ABC's flagship TV science program Catalyst.
In this sleep special we find out if is it safe and indeed beneficial to co-sleep with babies, why teenagers stay up late and how to break the vicious cycle of pain and lack of sleep.
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