SNC company will conduct cargo delivery, dumping and return missions of International Space Station
System works in real time and tracks smallest objects on runways under any weather condition
Breast cancer experiment in mice could soon help human sufferers from experiencing infamous cancer relapses
The popular messaging service has just released a new app for both Apple and Windows users
Visitors to Eindhoven University of Technology's Dream and Dare Festival over the next couple of days will able to pop into the world's first "drone café"
Government has 'exploited the transition to cloud computing' to conduct secret investigations, lawsuit says
The SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket has successfully managed to land safely on the platform of a drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean, after four previous attempts had failed
Key to preventing cell division 'hidden in the genetic codes', says Dr. Esma Akin
Facebook begins using artificial intelligence to describe photos to blind users
Promising treatment provides relief cataract sufferers around the globe
Cash flow issues have delayed the ExoMars project until September
Astronomers report they've found the brightest such explosion ever observed. The supernova is almost twice as powerful as the last record breaking explosion and some 200 times more powerful than a typical supernova.
AquAdvantage Salmon, dubbed "Frankenfish" will not require any labelling stating that it is genetically modified
An ingenious plan and effort by the Dutch has kept rising seas at bay for thousands of people
Google Inc is changing its operating structure by setting up a new company called Alphabet Inc, which will include the search business and a number of other units.
The latest discovery comes just over a week after the first Kepler-452b exoplanet was found.
Hundreds of experts sign letter demanding militaries ban development of autonomous weapons
New images and data changes our understanding of the distant dwarf planet
As the New Horizons spacecraft closes in on the icy dwarf planet Pluto and its system of moons, astronomers are learning more than ever about this distant family of bodies.
Dubai is taking the lead with the printing of a small office building by a 3D printer
Microsoft has added Wunderlist, the app that has more than than 13 million customers to its software repertoire.