On Wednesday, members of the House Intelligence Committee received a classified briefing with U.S. Navy and FBI officials on unidentified aerial phenomena.
The first metamaterial lens has been created that uses electrical signals instead of mechanical parts to focus. Welcome to a new era.
A recent RAND study says that the risks associated with a hypothetical "Day Without Space" may be exaggerated, and even impossible in some instances.
During World War II, the Nazis built the largest-caliber rifled weapon ever used in combat: the Schwerer Gustav railway gun. It was a pain in the ass.
An accidental discovery by researchers of a new "zero thermal expansion" material could revolutionize aerospace and medical technology.
NASA has announced a pair of winners in its Vascular Tissue Challenge, both of whom succeeded in creating functional human liver tissue using 3D printing technologies.
Called 'pOrtals,' two giant, circular screens create a virtual 'window' between a pair of European cities nearly 400 miles apart.
An ancient life form has been revived after remaining dormant in Siberian permafrost for close to 24,000 years.
A biomedical engineer is studying how to use cancer to potentially reverse brain damage and even possible reverse paralysis.
The U.N. report says a drone used by Libya’s government was “programmed to attack targets" with a "true ‘fire, forget and find’ capability.”
ASU now has a 12-month program in Executive Master of Global Management: Space Leadership, Business, and Policy to train a future Elon Musk.
One of the more odd episodes in military technological history is the 20th-century venture into the "manned torpedo." What were we thinking?
A group of Finnish researchers have built a simple device that can allow humans to hear in the ultrasonic range.
In a recently published study, theoretical particle physicists from the University of California Riverside propose dark matter might be explained by the existence of a new extra-dimension in space-time. In astrophysics, dark matter is a theoretical form of matter that...
A new study shows how GPT-3 was able to generate "human-like" text producing very persuasive disinformation able to sway opinions.
On November 17th, 1986, Japan Airlines flight 1628 became involved in one of the most controversial UFO incidents of the 20th century.
Researchers are looking at turning an entire range of materials into Thermoelectric Devices where everyday items can be powered by your body.
The DoD's Office of the Inspector General could have a far more critical role in the modern day "UFO mystery" than many realize.
Researchers from MIT have developed a way to alter the color of objects coated with "programmable matter" using only a simple flash of light.
The US Navy and Marine Corps are campaigning to ‘unman the frontlines’ with several new drones in development, each aimed at ensuring future unmanned machines can serve beneath the sea, on the surface, and in the air.
Human hibernation could allow us to sleep our way through the solar system but the human body isn't exactly built for it.
An object identified as orbital debris or "space junk" recently struck the Canadian-operated robotic arm on the International Space Station, according to officials with the Canadian Space Agency.
Researchers have developed a method to position carbon nanotubes on the atomic scale for future technology that may one day, be very tiny.
The USAF has successfully tested its Eagle Passive Active Warning Survivability System (EPAWSS), an electronic warfare suite for the F-15 fighter.
The rediscovery of a giant tortoise belonging to a species thought to have been extinct now for more than a century has been confirmed, according to Ecuador’s Ministry of Environment and Water.
To make way for the upcoming B-21 bomber “Raider,” two of the US Air Force’s three strategic bombers are being...
According to new research, a user’s perception of time may actually slow down when using immersive virtual reality (VR) devices.
The Navy has announced plans to decommission its first two Littoral Combat Ships. Instead of upgrades, the ships are being mothballed.
The White House acknowledged current efforts by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) to produce a report on unidentified aerial phenomenon, more commonly known as UFOs, during a press briefing on Tuesday.
NFT auction house Rarible has listed a still frame of an alleged dead alien from the 1995 infamous film, Alien Autopsy, for $1,000,000.
Russia has announced ambitious plans to launch a new nuclear-powered spacecraft called Zeus on a 50-month-long mission.
Have you ever thought you heard voices or music in the midst of random noise? Then you have likely experienced the common form of sensory illusion known as audio pareidolia.
Boom is working to reintroduce supersonic commercial flights. The goal is to provide four-hour flights to any location in the world for $100.
New clues about the mysterious fast radio bursts (FRBs) have emerged, as the locations of five of the strange signals have been located within a group of distant galaxies.
A team has developed a new ceramic-based coating that can make stealth aircraft more invisible, and can also work at hypersonic speeds.
Conspiracy theories aside, microchipping humans with tiny live saving computers powered by ultrasound will change the medical field forever.
After several years in space, NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft is on its way back home with a trove of samples it collected during its historic retrieval mission.
One entrepreneur is working towards designing satellites out of mycelium. Though it sounds wild, mushrooms are a solid building material.
In modern times, many reports of strange sounds frequently described as “mystery booms” have been logged, particularly in parts of the eastern United States.
The arrival of China's Zhurong rover on Mars moves the country forward as an increasingly formidable player in the future of space exploration.
A third suspected case of “Havana Syndrome” may have occurred on U.S. soil, igniting concerns that more attacks could occur.
Disastrous Russian malware attacks on major American corporations and local, state, and federal government agencies are becoming a deeply discomforting...
The Debrief recently spoke to experts on the subject of ball lightning, looking into some of the existing research on the often cited, but little-understood phenomenon.
A new survey indicates that the future of hunting in the United States may shift towards sustainability and ethical meat consumption.
The Pentagon has confirmed that recently leaked UAP footage was obtained by the US Navy, and is being examined by the UAP Task Force.