You'd struggle to stick even one of these shrimp on the barbie!
Knocking back cold and flu pills and washing it down with hot your honey and lemon might make you feel better in yourself, but they're probably not hurting the virus.
R2-D2 may have some issues conducting Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, but modern computing is showing that machines can be musical too.
There’s no known limit! If you ask a mnemonist or memory savant to learn a list of names they may remember thousands, tens of thousands or even hundreds of thousands with no trouble, just as they can learn lists of thousands of digits.
In the words of Bob Dylan, the answer my friend is blowin’ in the wind…
How 'minibrains' grown in labs could reveal what makes us human.
Stormtroopers: hard of armour, thick of skull – here’s a few defensive tips they could pick up from the real world.
The odds are good that Chewbacca would stand on two legs, but we still can't explain the hair.
Star Wars is closer than you think, you just have to go to Florida for it.
Han Solo made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs did he? We think perhaps not – here’s why.
Things are looking up on the Dark Side of the Force.
Sure they look cool, but is there more to the shape of a X-wing than meets the eye?
Probably not going to have to worry about overpopulation any time soon...
Han Solo’s mouth and throat anatomy may mean that he’s physically incapable of speaking Wookiee, but that doesn’t mean he can’t understand it.
Looking for some droids are we...?
Darth Vader might be one of cinema's most evil villains, but maybe he couldn't see what the light side of the Force had to offer.
Professor Carsten Welsch uses the science of Star Wars to explain how we're using more than the Force to push the boundaries of physics.
Piece of junk or not, the Millennium Falcon looks a lot different when you engage the warp drive.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is soon to be with us, but there are so many questions from the Star Wars universe that remain unanswered - find out more.
The Stars Wars universe has been captivating audiences for decades, but astronomers are beginning to find alien worlds that bear an uncanny resemblance to the planets dreamt up by George Lucas.
The act of transforming the surface of a planet to become more habitable is one thing. Terraforming an entire planet to become the deadliest weapon in the Universe is quite another...
Some of the coolest tech in the Galaxy can be seen in the Star Wars films, but how soon will science fiction become science fact?
Looking for the best things to do this week? Don’t waste away being bored on the sofa… here’s our pick of ways to exercise your grey matter and nourish your neurons.
Life without a headphone jack on your new Android smartphone getting you down? Here are a few true wireless earphones to get the best out of your new cable-free future.
This groundbreaking device claims to tune your audio to your hearing – do they work?
Children’s eyes have been opened to the wonders of science by the Royal Institution’s series of Christmas Lectures for nearly 200 years – here’s what makes them so magical.
Whether your sending messages from behind enemy lines or hiding codes in cat memes, ciphers have been used to deliver secret messages for centuries – here are some of the most mind-boggling.
Melting permafrost and a market for mammoth tusks is fuelling a new, dangerous trade in deepest Siberia.
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