The range of technologies and uses for tiny robots is broad, from drones to pills, and from surveillance and rescue to biomedicine.
A tiny meteoroid struck the newly deployed James Webb Space Telescope, knocking one of its gold-plated mirrors out of alignment.
Agri is banking on a tracking technology backed by the institute of Microsoft’s late co-founder, Paul Allen, to tackle the infestation of locusts in the Eastern Cape.
Debris believed to be from a Russian rocket used to resupply the International Space Station created a fiery display in the night sky over Johannesburg on Sunday evening.
China sent three astronauts on Sunday on a six-month-long mission to oversee a pivotal period of construction of its space station.
China has released details about the final stages of work on Tiangong, an under-construction orbiter started after the US barred Beijing from participating in the International Space Station.
Visionary scientist Bernie Fanaroff is one of the key individuals responsible for the current growth and strength of astronomy in South Africa.
Scientists on Thursday provided the first look at the monster lurking at the centre of our Milky Way galaxy.
A series of precise measurements of already known, bog-standard particles and processes has threatened to shake up physics.
The International Space Station is set to become busier than usual this week when its crew welcomes aboard four new colleagues from start-up Axiom Space.