Sir Richard Branson, a British businessman, is about to fulfill a lifelong passion by flying to the edge of space. On Sunday, he'll fly to an altitude where the sky turns dark and the Earth's horizon curls away into the distance on his…
Every year, scientists discover hundreds of new plant and animal species, as well as thousands of new insects. Even yet, they're only scraping the surface of what's possible. According to scientists, a large portion of…
Researchers at the University of Bath have developed a new material, inspired by the lightweight structure of a meringue dessert, that can help reduce aircraft engine noise and improve passenger comfort.
Researchers have developed "bio-inks" for use in biosensors designed to help surgeons perform more accurate surgical procedures.
At the G7 leaders summit in Cornwall, Member States' delegates jointly committed to the "safe and sustainable use of space" by stepping up efforts to tackle the problem of space debris.
At night, seven-year-old Miguel likes to talk to his father Cesar Rubio about planets and stars. “I try to nurture that,” says Rubio, a machinist in Pomona, California, who makes parts for mining and power-generation equipment.
Plant diseases do not stop at national borders and miles of oceans do not prevent their spread. Therefore, plant disease surveillance, improved detection systems and global predictive disease modeling are necessary to reduce future disease…
Researchers believe there are more spectrum options for next-generation 6G networks than previously thought.
The European Space Agency (ESA) has announced a mission to Venus, with the intention of learning more about its history and whether it was ever habitable.
Researchers at the University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague have developed self-driving microrobots that can swim, cling to and break down plastics.