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The British thrill-seeked endured more than a few crashes—and broke some concrete—on the way to designing the jetpack suit he's now using to launch a racing league.
NASA astronaut Anne McClain said that spaceflight is never 100 percent safe and it's coincidental the last two Soyuz missions to the International Space Station encountered trouble.
The director of Mother! and Black Swan talks about the new VR series, Spheres, which he produced.
Researchers say a region known as the Galactic bulge may be home to a Neptune-sized planet, while the galaxy’s disk may host a planet with a similar mass to Earth’s.
A group of students from Exeter University have discovered a way to transform molecules into oxygen at the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition in Boston.
Researchers at the University of Granada built a lie detector test that tracked the temperature of people's noses. It was able to pick fibs from the truth with an accuracy of 80 per cent.
The pair of bubbles is created by a scuba diver off camera who then records them as they gently float towards the surface of the water.
Named B-46, it is believed to measure 87 square miles, according to estimates from the U.S. National Ice Center. The giant berg is believed to have broken off from Pine Island Glacier in October.
A Pictish stone was dragged up from the Aberdeen seas earlier this year by fishermen with geometric markings, believed to be one of the earliest examples of this emerging language.
A new study shows orangutans have figured out how to make hooked tools out of straight wire, in an ‘astonishing’ behaviour that experts say appeared late in our own evolutionary timeline.
Lots of wind along with very dry vegetation turned the Northern California wildfire into a high-speed menace that tore through Paradise and Butte County.
The A´Mhoine peninsula in Sutherland was chosen by the UK Space Agency earlier this year as the site for vertical rocket and satellite launches.
Avangard can travel at 20 times the speed of sound and is impervious to any anti-missile systems, according to Russia's president Vladimir Putin.
In an expansive on-the-record interview with WIRED, the principal deputy director of national intelligence made her pitch for public-private partnerships.
Einstein penned the letter to his younger sister Maja after fleeing Berlin and warned of the dangers of growing nationalism and anti-Semitism years before the Nazis ultimately rose to power in Germany.
Swansea researchers found those who used social media excessively, through visual postings, displayed an average 25% increase in such narcissistic traits over the four months of the study.
Britain's astronomer royal Sir Martin Rees has claimed humanity faces a 'bumpy ride' and says humans will become 'like a new species' as we adopt biotechnologies and cyborg technique.
Louis De Belle photographed 32 gimmicks for his new book *Disappearing Objects*.
A new study has shown that the behaviour of bees is greatly affected by pesticides making them incapable of foraging outside the nest. The study was published in American Science journal.
Disney CEO Bob Iger announced to Wall Street analysts that the company will launch new streaming service Disney+ in 2019 which will show new Star Wars (pictured) and Marvel TV series.