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.
Start-up company Relativity Space has unveiled plans to develop a fully 3D-printed, reusable rocket with $650 million (£458 million) in venture capital.
The US Senate has voted vigorously for a legislative package designed to counter the perceived threat posed by Chinese tech capabilities. The measure authorizes $190 billion to bolster domestic R&D.
Argonaut is a robotic system designed to monitor the inside of liquid argon particle detectors, which are maintained at minus-193 degrees Celsius. The ProtoDUNE neutrino detector at CERN uses fixed internal cameras to look for problems such…
New research has shown that by injecting an alkalizing agent into the ocean along the length of the Great Barrier Reef, at the current rate of anthropogenic carbon emissions, it would be possible to offset ten years of ocean acidification.
NASA's Juno spacecraft will fly close to Jupiter's moon Ganymede today, offering scientists their closest encounter with it in more than 20 years.
Artist's impression of continuous gravitational waves generated by a spinning asymmetric neutron star. Credit: Mark Myers, Ozgrav-Swinburne University
An evolutionary mystery lurked in the Kumano Sea, off the southeast coast of Japan. Researchers collected samples from the muddy seafloor, including hermit crabs, mollusks and discarded shells.
Arctic sea ice may be thinning twice as fast as previously thought, a team of climate scientists thinks.