NASA will launch a satellite designed by an Indian teen. The satellite is also known as the lightest satellite ever made.
North Korea reportedly conducted a successful missile test. South Korea may downplay the progress in the North's missile capabilities but new South Korean President is working with different nations on his plans and policies when it comes to North Korea.
Elon Musk gave a preview of his Boring Company's electric transporting sled. He posted a video of the sled's testing on his Instagram account.
Capable of producing 2.6 TWh of sustainable energy every year, Gemini could help in reducing the CO2 emissions of the Netherlands by 1.25 million tons.
MIT develops new electrochemical process that has the ability to selectively remove organic contaminants, including chemical waste products, pesticides and pharmaceuticals, even at extremely low levels.
Solving two problems in one: dirty air and energy sources.
Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk announced last Wednesday that the company will begin accepting orders for their solar roof. The solar roof was introduced last year and it is supposed to be cheaper than normal roofing systems.
New novel application can realistically mimic space radiation.
The more time a child spent in hand-held screens, the higher the risk of expressive speech delay.
Elon Musk wants to provide super-fast Internet to Earth. To do that, he needs to send more than 4,000 Internet satellites into orbit.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station have successfully made the first ever satellite launcher 3-D printed in space.
A team led by researchers from Temple University's Lewis Katz School of Medicine (LKSOM) and the University of Pittsburg has successfully eliminated HIV infection in animal models using a gene editing technique known as CRISPR.
This 'cat' could be the key in finding the line that divides classical and quantum physics.
Any changes in a person's walking speed or stride length could suggest that the individual has suffered an injury or are at a higher risk of falling.
In another step to make the project more open to public, Boeke shared an open discussion will be held this coming May 9-10 in New York. The agenda will include discussing the roadmap of the project including ethical, social and legal engagement.