What is artificial skin? Experts reveal its uses beyond treating burn victims, including in research and drug development, and its potential to fight skin cancer.
The recent launch of the Long March 5 rocket prompts concern about whether it will hit a city when coming back to Earth.
CLP Power and Hong Kong Electric have a range of incentives that encourage customers to use less energy during peak periods, under their mandates to help the city cut emissions and save electricity.
False test results from RAT kits force a change in policy.
Astrophysicist asks whether Chinese people can really be confident if their textbooks are based on work from the West.
Symptoms can emerge months after the initial coronavirus infection is gone.
Infection can induce antibodies and cause so-called natural immunity but questions remain about how much protection it offers and for how long.
Several experts say there is no pressing need to begin offering fourth doses, as three offer adequate protection, but others say a fourth shot can better protect vulnerable seniors.
The SpaceX team is in Fiji to establish a ground station for six months; Tonga’s devastating volcanic eruption in mid-January damaged an undersea telecommunications cable.
The findings are not ‘normal’, scientists said; while assuring us there is ‘no cause for alarm’; the variant, largely detected in the Netherlands, has over 500 mutations.
Four clusters threaten to overwhelm city’s pandemic strategy, with residents returning to living under strict social-distancing measures.
Scientists and health officials around the world are keeping their eyes on a descendant of the Omicron variant that has been found in at least 40 countries.
A new study found that pandas remain chubby despite their “poor-quality diet” because of the relationship between gut bacteria and the metabolism.
Authorities in four southern Chinese cities have built health stations catering to thousands of travellers at any one time.
The winter flu season and more contagious variants of Covid-19 mean more co-infections are just a matter of time, experts say.
As the China-US tech war heats up, the advantages of taking the lead in a quantum race extend to defence, logistics, modelling and cybersecurity.
China has big ambitions relating to the moon and Mars projects for 2022 and it has six launches planned to expand the Tiangong space station.
The biggest talking points range from the country’s first space station taking shape in orbit to evidence of a previously lost civilisation coming to light
If you’re planning travel to China, learn the difference between RT-PCR and antigen testing, IgM versus IgG and how many tests to expect before and after your flight.
Doctors explain the differences between Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes and how they are triggered, and a sufferer describes the frightening onset of the disease and how she copes with it.
Here are some of the key issues that will be discussed at the UN climate summit in Scotland, which started Sunday and is scheduled to run to November 13.
Jeff Bezos, the richest person in the world, is set to join the astronaut club on Tuesday on the first crewed launch by Blue Origin.
Expert stresses protection against new virus forms remains the same – mask up and get vaccinated.
In 1977, ‘Star Wars’ blew away audiences with faraway visions of lightsabers, droids and holograms. Decades later, has any of the franchise’s iconic technology come even close to becoming real?
Shivers down the spine, a lump in the throat, a spasm as you drop off to sleep – these are all bodily reflexes that we deal with at some point in our lives. Doctors explain why we experience them.
Beijing has changed strategic gears in its new blueprint for the country as it confronts roadblocks on technology, especially from the United States.
Actress Hilary Duff has been posting on Instagram about the macro diet, whose followers track what they take in each day. The idea is to eat the right amount and the correct ratio of fat, protein and carbohydrates.
At least five antibody treatments are now in the works, with most of them in Asian labs, including Singapore, Japan, South Korea and mainland China.
In Italy, an analysis of more than 127,700 Covid-19 cases found that 52.9 per cent of all infected people were men and 47.1 per cent women.