SpaceX successfully launched its latest cluster of high-speed Internet satellites into orbit on Monday but was unable to land its rocket booster on an autonomous ship, missing a key milestone.
SpaceX re-useable rocket misses landing ship
They found it buried in the muddy shores of the Potomac River more than three decades ago: A strange "sediment organism" that could do things nobody had ever seen before in bacteria.
Device built to generates electricity 'out of thin air'
Parents should not worry about their teenagers’ delinquent behavior provided they were well behaved in their earlier childhood, according to researchers behind a study that suggests those who offend throughout their life showed antisocial behavior from a young age and have a markedly different brain structure as adults.
Long-term offenders have different brain structure: Study
The UK government is to spend £1.2 billion to develop the world’s most powerful weather and climate supercomputer to help predict disruption and inform Britain’s response to climate change.
UK Met Office to plough £1.2b into weather supercomputer
Microsoft engineer Krysta Svore wants a quantum computer to solve the FeMoco problem, but that’s just the start of what she thinks a quantum computer can do.
Why do we want a quantum computer?
With each passing quarter, Amazon, Microsoft and Google have been setting new records, while cloud computing has become the invisible backbone supporting much of our daily lives.
Cloud computing: Invisible, versatile and highly profitable
Tapping into the water cycle and generating electricity from rainy days could be one way to grow our renewable energy use.
New way to generate electricity from rain can power 100 LED bulbs per drop
From an emissions-reducing model jet that looks like something from a sci-fi movie to electric aircraft and sustainable fuel, the aviation industry is ramping up efforts to go green as consumer pressure grows.
Aviation industry tries to go green
A new study led by the University of Hawai'i (UH) at Mānoa has helped refine understanding of the amount of hydrogen, helium and other elements present in violent outbursts from the Sun, and other types of solar "wind," a stream of ionized atoms ejected from the Sun.
Solar wind samples suggest new physics of massive solar ejections

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