Ion propulsion is incredibly efficient, which cuts way down on the fuel the craft has to carry. That massively reduces costs, and leaves a lot more room for other cargo.
For anyone wondering whether robots are gaining ground on people when it comes to performing repetitive tasks, you need look no further than the Amazon Picking Challenge.
A California man charged with allegedly attempting to sell sensitive information used in military and commercial satellites to the Russians was ordered jailed without bail Friday (7/8). Gregory Allen Justice of Culver City was arrested Thursday by FBI agents.
Striking down the previously reached agreement over US surveillance concerns, the European Union (EU) accepted the Private Shield law that would allow US companies to transfer Europeans’ private data to servers across the ocean. The deal is aimed at protecting trans-Atlantic data flows, the European Commission said on Friday (7/8), paving the way for its formal adoption and implementation, repo
“With this appropriation, thousands of schools districts across the country would -- for the first time -- have access to new federal resources for activities like science, technology, engineering, and math competitions, hands-on and field-based learning, and bringing high-quality STEM courses -- including computer science -- to high-need schools,” said a statement from James Brown, executive d
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) said Facebook Inc (FB.O) may have understated the value of intellectual property it transferred to Ireland by "billions of dollars", unfairly cutting its tax bill in the process, according to court papers. The U.S.
Most policies that seek to increase innovation in the United States are focused on getting as much out of current innovators as possible. But because the first seeds of new innovation sprout in many different ways perhaps policymakers should instead be focused on creating more innovators.
As careers in technology continue to rise in number and pay - four of the majors with the highest hiring rate for recent grads are in STEM - colleges that specialize in science, technology, engineering and mathem
In October of 2015, scientists had New Horizons fire its thrusters to reposition it for a course to 2014 MU69.
While we may not have reached a "Back to the Future" level of techno-living just yet, we're not really that far off. From how we receive healthcare to how was access information, we will continue to feel the impact of rapidly developing and increasingly intelligent technologies.