A team of researchers looking to unify the theories of quantum gravity with the Standard Model of Particle Physics have gone underground, literally.
Researchers behind a prototype semi-sub autonomous craft say their approach could offer commercial clients a more efficient way of transporting cargo and provide the military with a whole new type of nearly invisible autonomous spycraft.
DARPA has selected Boeing subsidiary Aurora Flight Sciences to design and possibly build a potentially game-changing X-plane.
Researchers from the University of Arizona have published a new plan for finding alien life on Saturn’s moon Enceladus by flying a probe through the water plumes the icy moon sews into space.
The Air Force Research Laboratory is partnering with Fortune 500 defense contractor Leidos to design and develop the hypersonic Mayhem surveillance drone, the first drone designed to travel over five times faster than the speed of sound.
Researchers studying how fast different animal species perceive time have found that small animals, those that fly and underwater predators, see things way faster than humans.
Researchers from the University of Montreal have confirmed the presence of two water worlds orbiting a star 218 light years from earth.
Following the announcement that the James Webb Space Telescope has already endured 14 micrometeoroid impacts, NASA says that, barring an unforeseen event, the groundbreaking observatory should still be able to conduct science operations for another 20 years.
Researchers have postulated that readings from the Hubble Space Telescope may help to explain the nature of the ever-elusive dark matter, which may actually be made up of something called dark photons.
Scientists from the Nuclear Ignition Facility at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories (LLNL) have achieved a major milestone in fusion energy as the energy needed to cause the reaction was less than the energy produced.
The research team behind the first physical warp drive has partnered with an associate dean of physics from Carnegie-Mellon University to detect extraterrestrial spacecraft using gravitational waves.
According to new research, people suffering from the symptoms of Bipolar Disorder may see significant benefits from regular cannabis use.
Japan’s Space Agency JAXA has reported the first successful flight of a steam-powered spacecraft named EQUULEUS beyond low earth orbit.
A team of European physicists simulated a "glowing" black hole in the lab, which they say might help confirm one famous physicist's theory.
Researchers from the University of Alberta say they have found two minerals hiding inside a recently fallen meteorite that have never been found before on earth.
Dr. Greg Hodgin, founder of ZC Inc., discusses his love of Star Trek and how he and his company is planning to build the world's first warp drive spacecraft.
A new study that used measurements of cosmic phenomena suggests the theory of gravity proposed by Albert Einstein may actually be wrong.
A new Brain Machine Interface (BMI) allows tetraplegic people to drive their wheelchairs using only the power of mind control.
New research seems to show that a popular theory of consciousness centered on a region of the brain known as the claustrum is likely wrong.
In a scene right out of the blockbuster movie Inception, Swiss researchers have discovered a method for treating people with reoccurring nightmares by injecting positively associated sounds into their dreams.
A research team from MIT has figured out how to use the forces of nature to manipulate nano-scale structures, potentially revolutionizing the fabrication of computer chips, lasers, LEDs, and a number of other devices.
The speculative science of faster-than-light travel is still a dark art, so can these theories turn science fiction into science fact?
A new study claims solar flares may actually make the planets in Trappist-1's habitability zone even more habitable than first thought. Teams using the James Webb Space Telescope are planning to search those same planets for chemical traces of extraterrestrial life, called 'biosignatures,' in their atmospheres.
Researchers show a particularly hearty strain of bacteria known as “Conan the Bacterium” could survive buried on Mars for 280 million years.
After seven-plus years, the United States Air Force and Northrop Grumman are finally ready to reveal their sixth-generation B-21 Raider Stealth Bomber.
Analysis shows that the hypersonic ejection by Pete "Maverick" Mitchell in Top Gun: Maverick is survivable. Kind of.
A team of Australian researchers says they have taught a Petri dish filled with human and mouse brain cells to play the classic 1970s video game Pong
Certain types of video games are believed to cause children with undiagnosed heart conditions to pass out, and in some cases even die, according to new research.
Award-winning architect and futurist Vanessa Keith joins host Chrissy Newton to discuss the future of urban planning and skyscrapers while painting the picture of a potentially brighter future.
A brand new study significantly strengthens the case for lakes of liquid water beneath the polar ice caps of Mars.
After years of testing and development, the U.S. Army is finally ready to deploy a Stryker-mounted combat laser.
New research on Saturn’s moon Enceladus shows there is a good chance that life may exist in its subsurface oceans.
Lockheed Martin has provided the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) with what they say is the most powerful combat laser ever built.
A recently fallen meteorite containing water that is undeniably extraterrestrial has been found for the first time in the U.K.
A team of physicists has proven a 70-yr old quantum theory that says something can be created out of literally nothing
South Korean researchers have successfully transmitted electricity nearly 100 feet through the air using lasers.
Researchers say their newly developed "Biofinder" tool could help astrobiologists in the search for extraterrestrial life.
Researchers have revealed a system that uses radio frequency (RF) and Wi-Fi signals for Lip-reading when the speaker is wearing a mask.
Scientists from the University of Birmingham say they have discovered a pair of potentially habitable planets outside of our solar system.
Researchers studying potentially harmful effects on regular cannabis users say they have busted the lazy stoner myth.
New research indicates that Australia and New Zealand are the two best places on Earth to survive a nuclear war.
Canadian UFO researcher Chris Rutkowski says his UFO journey began when he intercepted a call to his univerity's astronomy department.
Researchers trying to explain cosmic expansion say they have found an elegant and simple solution: the existence of a mirror universe.
Japanese researchers say they have spotted a “super-earth” exoplanet orbiting within the star's habitable zone a mere 37 light years away.
Scientists say they have solved a long-standing mystery why lightning strikes over land are more frequent and often stronger than over sea.
A recent discovery in the field of quantum physics by researchers at Purdue University has opened the doorway to a whole new way of looking at our physical reality.
NASA's Artemis-I mission has set a trio of possible dates for the space agency's first official launch to the Moon in 50 years.
A piece of string-like material photographed on Mars by the Perseverance Rover just last week has suddenly disappeared.