From the militarization of space to getting to the Moon, NASA faces similar challenges now to when it was formed 60 years ago.
Let algorithms churn out the mundane and the trivial, and pay humans to write the important stuff.
Hands that see, physical power-ups and AI prostheses are helping with rehabilitation and more.
The UK may be cut out of the Galileo satellite project, which promises more accurate navigation, when it leaves the EU.
Could proteins drawn from animal blood one day be used to treat Alzheimer's and other conditions?
VR solutions could have a big impact on astronauts’ mental health as they venture into space.
From watches to tiny wearable sensors, this is the tech that's enabling us, and our doctors, to monitor our health.
With streaming color video from satellites and networked drones, real-time Earth observation is on its way.
Elon Musk's company is working on building rockets that are more powerful, and more reusable, than ever.
Getting to work is about to get interesting – but there's still no sign of those jetpacks.
Fancy chasing ‘totality’ at 37,000 feet above the South Pacific Ocean? It'll cost you US$6,750 for a seat.
Dynamic streets, underground delivery networks and taxibots – welcome to Google's vision of the urban future.
From biohacking to robot surgeons, tech is helping people across the gender spectrum to transform their bodies.
A space telescope searching for Blue Planets in nearby star systems signals a new era of planet hunting.