According to a new report, robots and artificially intelligent machines will be taking over 6% of all jobs in the US, including customer service and transportation.
While waiting for the first manned mission to the Red Planet, scientists have been exploring Mars with the help of these spacecrafts. Here is NASA’s pride of Martian robotic explorers roving Earth’s neighboring planet.
NASA’s asteroid-sampling spacecraft OSIRIS-REx will descend on asteroid Bennu with help from the Canadian Space Agency’s lidar altimeter, which is crucial to the spacecraft’s landing.
Astronomers have created a detailed computer simulation of the Milky Way galaxy’s formation, which solved the mystery involving the missing group of smaller galaxies that should have been present.
Elon Musk’s “neural lace” project will link the human brain with artificial intelligence to help achieve a symbiotic human-and-machine relationship.
A group of environmentalists has come up with a solution to save the Caribbean corals: 3D printing.
Scientists have discovered a protein that may be an unexplored target to develop a new class of therapies for aggressive cancers, such as cancer of the lungs and pancreas.
The number of lightning strike deaths in the U.S. for the year 2016 has been increasing, killing three times as many people as tornadoes have.
Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin has revealed the design of its new heavy-lift reusable rocket, which would rival SpaceX’s Falcon 9 for commercial satellite launches.
With the recent discovery of Proxima b, an Earth-like planet orbiting the star Proxima Centauri, people have begun speculating what life on the planet would be like. A scientist from MIT shares her thoughts about human existence on Proxima b.
ESA will launch its Aeolus satellite – the first mission to study the winds surrounding the Earth – on board the French rocket Vega.
The FDA has expanded the emergency use authorization for Hologic’s Zika virus assay to be used with urine samples.
NASA’s OSIRIS-REx asteroid-sampling mission, which launched on Sept. 8, could help protect the Earth from a catastrophic impact, astronomers said.
Scientists discovered the giant star system Eta Carinae’s strange and violent past, which reveals critical knowledge about how extremely massive stars die.