NASA recently launched their X-Planes project, which aims to produce greener and quieter jets with minimal effect to the environment.
A year since a major earthquake hit Nepal, are grief and devastation the only things left?
Despite the loud noises made by planes and the non-stop flow of arriving and departing passengers, an endangered butterfly specie called El Segundo Blue was spotted inside the bustling grounds of the Los Angeles International Airport.
In a quest to address the common travel dilemma of language barriers miscommunication, a team of Swiss designers have created an item of clothing that speaks for itself.
TripAdvisor, the world's largest travel website, recently named the world's best islands through the 2016 Travelers' Choice awards for top island destinations. So, how about going on a beach trip for your next adventure?
Experience science like you have never experienced before as Animal Inside Out brings an enthralling anatomy lesson at the Montréal Science Centre.
NASA together with Bigelow Aerospace managed to successfully attach the first inflatable room to the International Space Station. Because this is the first of its kind, it has caught the attention of many. But the makers of the expandable module believe that they can do more than that, their goal is to use this technology to bring more people to space and possibly create a "space hotel".
Stephen Hawking announced on Tuesday that he and Russian millionaire Yuri Milner are launching an interstellar project dubbed Breakthrough Starshot. The said revolutionary space exploration aims to send robotic probes to an almost impossible destination, Alpha Centauri. However, before Breakthrough Starshot pushes through, there are many challenges that it has to overcome.
The telegraph selected New Zealand for the fourth time as the best country to visit for their Travel Awards. This selection was based on the votes of more than 75,000 readers. The telegraph also gives 26 reasons why reason New Zealand has topped the chart.
The Bardsey island in Wales' Llŷn Peninsula in Britain is home to 200 sheep, 300 seals, 20,000 graves and just four human beings.
Celebrated NASA astronaut Scott Kelly, who recently returned from his one-year residence in space, is set to contribute to another NASA space program. Together with his twin brother, ex-NASA astronaut Mark Kelly, Scott is undergoing NASA's "Twin Study" to understand the effects of living in space in preparation for a Mars exploration in 2030.
The real-life Atlantis City has emerged. For 25 years, the lost town of Epecuen in Argentina was submerged in water. The flood receded over the years allowing journalists and tourists to visit the remnants of the lost town that was formerly underwater.
A combination of nomadic and traditional culture, Korean cuisine has truly evolved over generations. But there is more to Korean cuisine than what you may already know. Some may require courage and bravery.
The war-torn Iraq has Its hands full from recovery efforts, budget problems and the ongoing ISIS crisis. But amidst all that, restoration efforts are visible and are clearly part of the plan to re-establish Iraq. This includes converting Saddam Hussein's palace to a museum.