Earlier this month, France's nuclear safety agency said it had recorded radioactivity in the area near the Ural Mountains - and Russia has now verified the readings
NASA's Space Launch System will blast the Orion into the ether on a mission to send humans farther into space than ever before.
Elon Musk already has a whole company devoted to solar energy—why not just combine and conquer?
Our first detailed glimpse at ‘Oumuamua, the interstellar asteroid that recently flew by Earth, shows it’s one of the weirdest asteroids we’ve ever seen
Alkali flies plunge into the salty and alkaline Mono Lake, to feed and lay their eggs, but until now it has been unclear how they manage to survive
Critics fear provoking hostile extraterrestrials by beaming messages to our closest exoplanets but there's no need to worry, says METI president Douglas Vakoch
Code originally written to optimise websites bypasses https and incognito browsing to harvest and share everything you type online, from passwords to sensitive medical data
A study using video cameras attached to the backs of whales has shown how they switch laterality when feeding
We might finally know how ocean-sized deposits of water hundreds of kilometres below Earth's surface are getting there: a spongy sort of clay that is bringing it underground
In a Silicon Valley office park, a startup is developing a system that could automate greenhouse farming and help feed the world.