Photos from a network of 200 satellites will go into agricultural analytics tools, which could give farmers new insight.
Sometimes real science isn't nearly as exciting as pretend science.
Precision medicine has finally broken into the mainstream.
Just grab a window seat and don't move.
Ever felt like you’ve heard a video even though the sound was turned off? As many as 20 per cent of us may “hear” silent GIFs and other moving objects
A former Cambridge Analytica employee has claimed the firm accessed Facebook data without permission, and used it to target ads for the Trump campaign
The PoulBot is teaching researchers about flocking behavior and about the cues animals need to fall in love with their robot overlords.
Over the last 250 million years land animals have repeatedly begun exploiting the seas, giving rise to creatures like whales and walruses. The question is why
The immediate disasters of The Day After Tomorrow remains wild exaggeration, but melting ice could yet cause dramatic climate changes by altering ocean currents
Optical computing has been a buzzword since the 1960s. But now a few start-ups are making real-world progress by using light to produce algorithms