Norway is again pushing for a greener society -- this time, they are planning to sell cars that have zero or low-emission starting 2025, phasing out petrol and diesel cars.
What can you do with $30 million? A lot. For NASA, they want to use it to make sure humans get to colonize other planets.
Lockheed Martin unveiled its Mars Base Camp concept that is capable of housing six astronauts bound for the Red planet. The base camp will be integrated with the Orion capsules.
Most of the world's reefs are dying, so scientists are creating fake ones to spur rehabilitation.
Graphene is at it again. Scientists appear to be able to create solar panels that can generate energy when it rains, completely being one step closer to changing the entire dynamic of solar energy.
A group of scientists were able to create a prototype and still fully-functional human skin with a 3D bioprinter. They plan on improving this technology and use the skin for pharmaceutical, chemical and cosmetic benefits.
Elon Musk confirmed that the new compact EV SUV Tesla Model Y is patterned after Model 3. There is no date set yet as to when the new car model will be unveiled.
Elon Musk may solve the power crisis in Australia by installing $25 million worth of battery packs. He promised to have them installed and working in 100 days or everything will be free.
A company called Ubiquitous Computing, as created by Mark Weiser, is slowly imagining a world that revolutionizes the way people interact with machines. In its reality, there are ubiquitous computing systems, as in devices that are so cheap that they are practically everywhere.
A team of scientists from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory claims that they have found a long lost lunar orbiter of the Indian Space Research Organization.
A new study from Duke University has managed to convert carbon dioxide into fuel by using nanoparticles and light.
Google's DeepMind artificial intelligence has yet again made a significant step in helping scientists to understand the inner workings of potential AI systems.
Astronauts may be able to print pizza in space after NASA funded a 3d printing technology. BeeHex will debut the new 3D pizza printing machine this year.
Researchers from IBM, together with an international team of scientists, have managed to find a way to store and read data using single-atom magnets.