The Juno probe has completed its five-year journey to Jupiter. The craft will hopefully deliver answers about the planet's mysterious weather, poles and composition.
Bats are funny creatures. They fly crazy distances, some drink human blood, most fill us with fear and they can pee upside down. On International Bat Night, DW spoke with a scientist all about his favorite mammal.
It sounds simple. Give girl a baby doll. The girl cares for the doll - it needs as much love as a real baby. And the experience lowers the risk of her getting pregnant. But it doesn't work - a study has shown.
It's impossible to predict earthquakes. We know that. We also know Italy's Apennines are prone to shake. Here's why.
Electric car pioneer Tesla Motors has announced its new P100D version of the Model S and Model X are the 'quickest production cars in the world' and will break existing range records for e-cars.
The new planet, "Proxima b," has been found orbiting the star nearest our Sun. Scientists suspect it could be habitable.
Kate Rubins has become the first professional virus hunter to walk in space. She and the veteran Jeff Williams were prepping the International Space Station for private extra-atmospheric excursions.
A blanket ban. That's what awaited men hoping to attend a Women in Tech Day event at Gamescom 2016. It was to be a "safe space" for women in the industry. But men may have learnt a thing or two as well.
Genetic analysis could make big improvements in the production of hop plants.
The Asian city-state has taken the lead in becoming the location of the world's first public experiment with self-driving taxis. The outcome of the trial is likely to revolutionize the global automotive industry.
On this week's show: Don't worry about VR! + Proof that video games make us smarter - the search for lost parents and how to learn from it - the real story behind Pokemon Go
Drive an eCar? So you know your AC from your DC, then. What about your CHAdeMO and CCS? Or is yours a Tesla? There are so many standards for EV charging, it's as if the industry wants to make life complicated.
It's widely argued that cutting meat consumption is necessary to make our societies more sustainable. Although veganism is a growing trend worldwide, it remains controversial - mainly due to health issues.
How do the earth's tectonic plates move?
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