The big question "Where are all the aliens?" continues to haunt scientists. And some very interesting possible solutions have been proposed over the years.
The new and groundbreaking method relieved severe depression symptoms in a matter of minutes.
SpaceX has claimed its satellites have 'zero' effect on astronomy, but the data disagrees.
A team of ESA researchers is experimenting with metal powders in microgravity conditions.
The process normally requires extremely high operating temperatures, but that may be about to change.
Space telescopes are good examples of what modern technology can offer, and we're just getting started.
The space startup planned to deliver three experiments into space aboard the Stardust rocket.
The breakthrough design could reduce deaths associated with such pollution by 92 percent.
Cancer cells can weather chemotherapy via hibernating 'like a bear,' and resume growth afterwards.
The study counters worrying reports of COVID-19 antibody levels dropping shortly after infection.
When the Earth was completely covered by water, volcanic islands may have sprung up to nurture life.
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