From Society 8:20 am
The Climate Council has warned Australia to prepare for more frequent and intense bushfires. The council, which was formerly funded by the Australian government before Prime Minister Tony Abbott scrapped the body, will release its report concerning the risks of bushfires.
From Science 7:22 am
NASA recently phoned home just like E.T. as they used a Samsung Nexus S phone to send back some relevant data to their ground station in Santa Clara University.
From Society 6:36 am
While climate skeptics dismiss climate science as nothing more than a fantasy, scientists have used a powerful super computer to map the fictional Middle Earth in J.R.R Tolkien's Lord of the Rings series.
From Tech 4:58 am
Smartphone ownership among Aussie youth aged 14 to 17 rose to 30 percent for the year 2013. This is according to the Australian Communications and Media Authority, as wireless devices such as smartphones and tablets made access to the internet easier.
From Economy 3:53 am
China has been enveloped in smog again over the weekend.
From Society 3:50 am
Indian companies that built most of the parts for the country's recently launched Mars mission are using their low-cost, high-tech expertise in frugal space engineering to compete for global aerospace, defence and nuclear contracts worth billions.
From Society 3:11 am
While the Holidays are a fun time, it is also a very expensive time. With all the Christmas gifts, clothes, decors, food and drinks that are bought during this time, fat wallets immediately become thin after just a few visits to the mall.
From Science 3:00 am
Eradication of AIDS-causing HIV is now in early stages of research and development but all methods still need to be proven before human trials can begin. Here are the five angles with the most potential science is looking into to defeat HIV once and for all.
From Society 2:54 am
Melbourne Zoo elephant Dokkoon gave birth on Sunday, Dec. 8, 2013 at 2:40 am (AEDT) to a new 130 kg male calf just days after its baby elephant Sanook died while playing with a toy tyre at the zoo on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013.
From Society 1:35 am
Comet ISON has disappointed the sky watchers after breaking up from its closest flyby to the Sun last November 28. However, the 2013 Comet Lovejoy (C/2013 R1) puts on a fine sky display for viewers this December while making its solar approach.