Mars and moon exploration is to be supported by new UK Space Agency grants worth more than £3 million.
UK Space Agency commits £3m to investigating alien life on Mars
For years the scientific community has been on the hunt for the more well-known ‘dark matter’, which is a mysterious substance throughout the Universe the effects of which can be seen through its gravitational pull.
Scientists locate missing matter confirming theories about how Universe was born
NanoRacks announced that it had raised an undisclosed amount to support development of a commercial airlock module for the International Space Station.
NanoRacks raises funding for commercial airlock module
Co-founder of Tesla, Elon Musk, has warned that the singularity, the point in time where artificial intelligence (AI) overtakes the human race, is coming soon.
Tesla co-founder: AI will overtake human race
Western society is chronically sleep-deprived, according to a Nobel Prize winner specializing in circadian rhythms.
Nobel Prize winner: Western society suffering from chronic sleep deprivation
Experts from various African countries have called for innovation and creativity to ensure quality research that will help make relevant policies to handle various challenges facing the continent.
Africa must focus on research-based development
The CEO of an Iranian knowledge-based firm specializing in rehabilitation technologies announced the company’s access to soft robot technologies.
Researchers make robots for disabled rehabilitation
When the next rover to roam Mars is launched in 2020 as planned, it will roll along with some lessons learned at Walla Walla University.
From Legos to Mars rover: Student destined for NASA lab
A monkey sanctuary used by scientists for decades to conduct groundbreaking evolutionary research has been completely devastated by Hurricane Maria.
Time running out for 'Monkey Island'
Eastern Atlantic bluefin tuna's spectacular recovery will be reversed if the region's 51-nation fisheries management body embraces quota recommendations finalized late Friday by its scientific advisory panel, scientists at the meeting warned.
Expanded bluefin tuna quotas could reverse recovery: Scientists

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