Science and Technology

There's no doubt that one of Australia's greatest economic resources is mineral ores.

Farmer and horse-breeder Peter Andrews has been described as everything from a crackpot to a visionary.

Faced with the overwhelming magnitude of global warming, it's easy to feel powerless and dispirited. But Catalyst asks what would happen if enough of us took power into own hands?

Implanting memories sounds like science fiction but it's real and happens everyday.

It's Murphy's Law. Right? The other lane or queue always seems to be going faster. But change into it and all of a sudden it stops and you're back in the same predicament!

Lactic Acid is blamed for that painful burning sensation you feel when you've pushed yourself a bit too far exercising. Everyone gets it. Even Olympians.

One of the changes sweeping through our society this century is that women are having fewer children, later in life.

Where on earth do we all come from? That's a question Archaeologists have been fiercely debating for years.

There is a hidden toll on our roads - the trauma of serious brain injury. To understand why, we need to see what really happens in a car crash.

Gambling is exciting, seductive - and in Australia, very much part of life... eighty percent of us gamble in some form. But why is gambling so attractive?