Time crystals - sounds like something out of a science-fiction flick. They represent a novel state of matter that is unlike any other we have discovered so far. But what exactly are they?
The world around us is vast, and we are mere blind men, stumbling in the dark. What else are we missing out on? Find out more about other ways animals sense the world!
The poster boy for living fossils might be more modern in some sense than previously thought. Read on to find out more about how Coelacanths keep themselves up-to-date!
Plato defined 5 solids that constituted the universe, before our understanding of atoms and molecules came about. However, can these shapes arise in nature? Find out more with Jonathan!
Red. Green. Blue. How would you explain the meaning of these words to someone without sight? Gabriel delves into the complex intermingling between the nuances of colour and language!
Carbon dioxide. The bleak overhanging ghost of humanity's existence on Mother Earth. Is there a way to exorcise this spook from our world? Guan Xin investigates how we can reuse the footprints of our past to pave the way into the future!
Butterflies adorn our surroundings with bright bursts of colour rarely found in elsewhere in nature. But how do these tiny beauties do it? Yi Yang brings us through the hidden secrets underneath that guileless exterior!
An adult brain is a powerful machine made up of 100 billion interconnected neurons! Have you ever wondered how these connections form in your nervous system? Xuek Qee untangles this web of linkages and finds out what makes us tick!
Nanomachines. A recurring concept in sci-fi flicks. But will this ever become reality? Ryan looks at how nanomachines have began to take fruit in our society!
When penicillin was first discovered, people thought that humanity had overcame bacteria infection and death caused by these germs are a thing of the past. However, due to the overuse of antibiotics, “Superbugs” which are bacteria resistant to multiple antibiotics classes started to emerge. The efficiency of antibiotics started to dwindle. What if we can use the “deadliest being on earth” which are bacteriophages to combat these bacteria?