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Allen died Monday in Seattle from complications of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, aged 65. He said the plane, a wingspan longer than a football field, would make its first flight 'this fall'.
In the first half of this year alone, more than $800 million has already been stolen - and experts believe the majority of theft is left unreported.
Research from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden has found that not only is carbon fibre extremely useful for its strength but could be used to hold an electrical charge.
The robotic technology, developed by researchers from Cornell University, takes a page from the machinery used in a car to give the robotic arm dexterity that's comparable to a human.
Helios & Matheson Analytics, the owner of beleaguered e-ticketing company MoviePass, is in hot water as the firm faces a fraud investigation by the New York Attorney General.
Microfibres from synthetic materials like polyester are one of the most significant contributors to plastic pollution in rivers and seas. Greenpeace has said 60% of clothing now contains polyester.
U.S. regulators have cleared the way for farmers to grow a cotton plant genetically modified to make the cottonseed edible for people.
The event will take place at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and could also see new MacBooks and Airpods unveiled.
A year-long study designed to expose microbes and organic compounds to a space environment has found that some can withstand extreme temperatures and high levels of radiation.
Researchers analyzing a total of 273 armed conflicts and 60 terrorist campaigns identified patterns that appear to exist across the board, regardless of geography, ethnicity, and religion.
The German space agency DLR carried out the tests in January last year, beating NASA's Cold Atom Laboratory who have since produced a BEC in space.
The National Weather Service predicted a warmer than normal winter for the northern and western three-quarters of the nation - and no place in the US is expected to be colder than normal
Rocket Lab is set to build a launchpad at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility where unmanned cargo missions already are dispatched to the International Space Station.
Bina48 became the first robot to co-teach a university class when she helped lead a philosophy course at West Point, the U.S. Military academy
The study found that there were 4.4 billion received in the US last month, which is the 'highest number of monthly robocalls recorded' since the firm began tracking them in 2015.
Leonardo, born in Italy during the Renaissance, is one of the leading men of the last millennium and now a study has claimed the visionary likely suffered with a squint called exotropia.
In the run-up to elections in both Brazil and the US, Facebook built a physical room at its Menlo Park campus from where it says its elections interference prevention experts can work together.
ShakeAlert system is ready to be used broadly by businesses, utilities, schools and other entities - but not yet ready for mass public notification.
Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council and Southampton City Council, both in Hampshire, are understood to be the first to close their recycling banks.
Arizona State University astronomers have spotted a red dwarf star in the midst of a violent ‘superflare’ far more powerful than any event ever observed from our own sun.