Reference Though Thomas Edison credited as the man who invented the lightbulb, this revolutionary technology was in fact developed by several inventors.
The Hera mission will follow NASA's DART asteroid-deflecting spacecraft to the binary space rock Didymos and detail the aftermath of DART's collision with the smaller of the two asteroids.
Reference Mathematics is the science that deals with the logic of shape, quantity and arrangement. It's all around us.
Fictional cyborgs have appeared in science fiction since the 1920s, but who was the first human to fuse with technology and become a real-life cyborg?
China has test fired a huge new solid rocket motor, creating more propulsion options for the country’s growing space activities.
CRISPR is a simple yet powerful tool for editing genomes. It allows researchers to easily alter DNA sequences and modify gene function.
Conversational video technology enables AI-powered back-and-forth between viewers and prerecorded responses.
That enigmatic U.S. military X-37B robotic space drone has now chalked up more than 500 days circling the Earth.
North Korean state media declared the test of the Hwasong-8 a success, but outside experts are skeptical.
Using genetic data, a forensic artist rebuilt the faces of three ancient Egyptian mummies, revealing each individual's likely appearance as a 25-year-old.
SpaceX's Starlink satellites are involved in about 1,600 close encounters between two spacecraft in low Earth orbit every week, according to available data. That’s about 50% of all such incidents.
With its frigid temperatures, remoteness from the sun and general dustiness, changing Mars to be more Earth-like is more challenging than it seems (and it already seems pretty tough).
AI firm DeepMind says it can predict the shape of every protein in the human body and in 20 species of research animals.
The Blue Origins rocket New Shepard launched to the edge of space today, with former Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and three other passengers onboard.
Originally built to speed up calculations, a machine-learning system is now making shocking progress at the frontiers of experimental quantum physics
Large telecommunication satellites used for TV broadcasting could be quickly and easily repurposed as anti-asteroid weapons according to European aerospace company Airbus.