Buzz Aldrin was the second man to ever set foot on the moon, and he has some opinions about how things should go down when humans first set foot on Mars.
It's an argument as old as time itself, but who would win? Let the nerd-fight begin.
Because who doesn't love hamsters eating tiny food?
Structure Sensor was Kickstarted to great success last year, but how good is it in practice?
It looks rather stupid doesn't it? But you know what they say, if it's stupid and works then it isn't stupid.
Not content with controlling one body? Why not try and control another.
That dinghy might need a thorough hosing after each trip.
Inspired by modern architecture, isometric video games and sci-fi literature, this beautiful animation from artist Fabrice Le Nezet follows some tiny people in an epic journey.
It's still rolling out, but at least we know we don't have very long to wait.
New documents have revealed that the NSA and FBI spied on specific, law-abiding Muslim-American leaders after 9/11.
How do you test the stability of a complex machine that is designed to take people in space? Rock it back and forth with your feet, clearly.
Nearly four years since the rescue of 33 Chilean miners, fascinating new information of their ordeal has come to light.
Want to give your photography a shot in the arm but don't want to spend a penny? No problem! Here's how.
The volcano isn't being blasted open, but the induced seismicity will let geologists finally map what the volcano looks like 50 miles below the surface.
What is this sorcery? It's something called hot ice.
Public unrest in Tokyo isn't over an election or divisive political issue. It's about the design of the city's 2020 Olympic Stadium.
MOSS has come up with a radical new way for enthusiasts to build robotic toys. And it's how the MOSS sets differ from Lego that makes them an alternative worth considering.