Tiny specks of space debris can move faster than bullets and cause way more damage. Cleaning it up is imperative.
China has reached a new record for nuclear fusion at 120 million degrees Celsius.
The revolution is already happening.
It's time to rethink how satellites and other objects are made and eventually destroyed.
Since 1957, the world's space agencies have been polluting the space above us with countless pieces of junk, threatening our technological infrastructure and ability to venture deeper into space.
It uses radio waves to pinpoint items, even when they're hidden from view.
A machine learning system lets visitors at a Kandinsky exhibition hear the artwork.
A team of scientists managed to install onto a smartphone a spectrometer that's capable of identifying specific molecules — with cheap parts you can buy online.
Do you sound friendly? Hostile? And which voice would be more likely to buy something?
A new study looks at how images of coffee's origins affect the perception of its premiumness and quality.
Are we enslaved by the finer things in life?
Researchers in Singapore invented a novel device that may help the island nation illuminate its growing underground infrastructure.
When we look at the night sky, we may see junk instead of stars.
Humans are more likely to have "first contact" with an advanced alien civilization, according to a recent NASA-funded paper.
Circle spoofing is an advanced form of GPS manipulation – but nobody knows exactly how, or why.
How our brains interpret computer code could impact how we teach it.
Creating an afterlife—or a simulation of one—would take vast amounts of energy. Some scientists think the best way to capture that energy is by building megastructures around stars.
Using machine-learning technology, the genealogy company My Heritage enables users to animate static images of their relatives.
It may be old tech, but it's super-reliable.
Light-emitting tattoos could indicate dehydration in athletes or health conditions in hospital patients.
Technology of the future is shaped by the questions we ask and the ethical decisions we make today.
These DIY learning kits focus on topics like coding, robotics, and AI, and are on sale for as low as $41.99.
Scientists are using bioelectronic medicine to treat inflammatory diseases, an approach that capitalizes on the ancient "hardwiring" of the nervous system.
Inventions with revolutionary potential made by a mysterious aerospace engineer for the U.S. Navy come to light.