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From what is water made of to what lies beyond the universe, science shapes our daily lives and impacts the future of mankind. It’s crucial that the world continues to advance the field of science, whether it’s finding new cures for diseases or exploring new galaxies.
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Nobel Prize goes to mRNA Covid vaccine researchers

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First Hong Kong-made satellite set to launch in November

Secondary students explore integration of science and technology on trip to Macau

New information about megalodon shark may show why it went extinct

Have researchers finally found an antidote to doom by mushroom?

AI researcher becomes youngest-ever winner of Future Science Prize

Not just science fiction: brain implants could help people with paralysis, nerve disease

Explainer: What’s so electric about room-temperature superconductivity?

Family of Henrietta Lacks, whose cells were used for research without consent, settles lawsuit

China reaches for the stars, launching youngest-ever group of astronauts into space

From dark matter to black holes, explore dark sides of the Milky Way

Could pigs be used for organ transplants for humans?

Study Buddy (Challenger): Neuroscientist says we dream to expand understanding

Typhoons, cyclones, hurricanes: what are they and how do they form?

Nobel Prize goes to mRNA Covid vaccine researchers

Why farmers in Japan are returning to ‘fertiliser from a person’s bottom’

First Hong Kong-made satellite set to launch in November

Secondary students explore integration of science and technology on trip to Macau

New information about megalodon shark may show why it went extinct

Have researchers finally found an antidote to doom by mushroom?

AI researcher becomes youngest-ever winner of Future Science Prize

Not just science fiction: brain implants could help people with paralysis, nerve disease

Explainer: What’s so electric about room-temperature superconductivity?

Family of Henrietta Lacks, whose cells were used for research without consent, settles lawsuit

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