Robot chefs, lots of virtual reality and some very weird beauty products are among the kookier innovations at the first CES Asia.
Andrew Darby The troubled freezer trawler Geelong Star has lost all support from recreational fishers, as the ship begins its third attempt to fish without killing dolphins.
Nicky Phillips An ozone hole larger than Australia would have opened up over the Arctic if we had continued to use CFCs for the past three decades.
Chris Zappone In the search to find the high-paying jobs and industries of the future, Neil deGrasse Tyson has an idea for a novel solution. How about a militarised space race to Mars?
Nicky Phillips A team of Sydney researchers has discovered a two-step process that is the most humane way to kill cane toads. And it was a practice banned 20 years ago by animal ethics committees.
Bridie Smith, Science Editor Ecologists have warned that Melbourne is at risk of losing more than half its native plant species over the next century, with grasslands in Melbourne's west the most vulnerable to the city's urban sprawl.
Tim Biggs It might be blocked in China but Twitter had a stall at CES Asia in Shanghai.
Tim Biggs From self-driving cars to rethinking parking, motor companies are exploring new ways to ease congestion and thereby reduce pollution.
Hannah Francis Apple's latest software upgrade is reportedly built to work with older Apple devices.
Adam Carey They're the phones we use in an emergency and they're costing taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars to run.