Researchers at the University of Glasgow have developed a new method to identify extraterrestrial life - by looking at the composition of molecules.
Every other week, sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra shares what catches his eye in making the earth more sustainable. This week: How a satellite will tell us more about particulate matter.
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The ECOSTRESS sensor can map geothermal fields by satellite. This geothermal heat can be processed into sustainable energy.
Fifty years ago, almost to the day, on July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first man to step onto the moon. Since then, NASA […]
While the Italian volcano Stromboli spits fire on Earth and pyro-fireworks were ignited in the USA on Independence Day, the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope captured […]
The SmartSleep headband was designed for people who have difficulties with their deep sleep. But now, research is being done to find out if the […]
Earth is also known as the “blue planet”, since around 70% of its surface is covered by water. No other planet in our solar system […]
What happened in our universe immediately after the Big Bang and how did life develop over the course of time? These are questions that people […]
“Sirius-19” is one of the long-term studies with which space agencies around the globe are preparing for longer manned missions to celestial bodies such as […]
Eindhoven startup Manus VR kicks off the new year at full speed. The startup is traveling to Las Vegas later this week to join CES, one […]
Philips Lighting and University of Arizona have found energy efficient ways to grow food that will help feed astronauts on missions to the moon, Mars and beyond. A […]