A member of a NASA simulated mission to Mars revealed that it would be quite feasible to establish an outpost on the Red Planet provided that mankind gets serious about it.
The whistle-blowing website published documents on Tuesday, stating that a Russian billing company, PETER-SERVICE had provided the country's security services with metadata on subscribers of mobile operators in order to get new "commercial opportunities."
Chinese brand Huawei made fun of the facial recognition feature on Apple’s 10th anniversary iPhone and hinted its forthcoming ‘Real AI Phone’ will make short work of Apple’s latest offering.
Russian scientists are about to create superconducting materials that could be a crucial step toward assembling power systems with new characteristics for the 21st-century power industry, according to a scientific article in the Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism.
"Life on Mars" has finally ended for six researchers cooped up for the last eight months in a mocked-up habitat made to resemble the Red Planet - but in reality, the world's largest active volcano.
NASA astronomers operating the Hubble Space Telescope discovered a pitch-black planet that appears to be ‘eating’ light rather than reflecting it.
A cargo ship operated by the privately-run US aerospace company SpaceX departed the International Space Station and is returning to Earth.
Dr. Phil Reed, a psychologist specializing in internet addiction, has spoken to Sputnik about some of the negative ways the digital revolution has negatively affected our key brain functions and made us, for lack of a better word, dumber.
Rolls Royce, a company usually associated with luxury cars, is about to present its newest project – an unmanned military ship that can conduct basic tasks all on its own.
China just signed a $300 million deal with Israel that would allow them to import Israel’s lab-growing meat technologies.
The 27th First Annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony that was held in Harvard's historic and largest theater on September 14, 2017, introduced 10 new laureates from around the world, each of whom has done something that "first makes you laugh, then makes you think."
Nuclear power is on its way out the world over, with its global share of energy generation declining and construction of just one new nuclear reactor being undertaken in 2017. Renewable energy seems poised to take its place as the energy source of the future.
The recent wave of vehicular terrorist attacks has prompted Europe to initiate protective measures. After the truck rampage in Stockholm earlier this year, Sweden has been eyeing innovative solutions that involve virtual perimeters and invisible fences.
"Per aspera ad astra" would be a fitting description for a video posted by Space X on its YouTube channel, showing the long and challenging path of company’s Falcon 9, the first fully reusable orbit-class booster rocket.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft is on its farewell journey as it is being pulled into Saturn's atmosphere after 20 years in service. Cassini will be transmitting information until being vaporized and torn apart by the giant gas planet's gravity.
Whereas China pioneered the world's first 3D-printed building in 2015, Europe has yet to follow suit. Denmark is poised to fill in this so far vacant niche. After running into difficulties with the EU building codex, Denmark is now all set to become the industry leader in 3D construction.
A group of scientists intends to send another signal to outer space in order to reach extraterrestrial life, but some fear it might effectively end life on Earth.
The Wukesong Underground Parking Lot, the largest and “smartest” parking lot in Beijing, opened to the public on July 31, Beijing News reported.
Surgical robots have performed more than 40,000 operations in China by February 2017 since the first one of its kind was introduced to China in 2006, according to Da Vinci Surgical Robot International Training Center, Shanghai-based Changhai Hospital, Xinhuanet.com reported on Sept. 11.
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