It turns out that the galaxy's thick disc began forming as early as 13 billion years ago. That's two billion years earlier than scientists had previously thought!
In the 20th century, people dreamt that they would colonize other planets and travel across different universes in a hundred years. But what do we see today?
The Event Horizon Telescope has taken a photograph of the black hole Sagittarius A*, located in the centre of the Milky Way.
Together with SpinLaunch, the space agency is developing a new system for launching objects into space.
A surprising experiment by scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology showed the harmony of nature.
Scientists have witnessed the death of a red dwarf for the first time in history.
The American company Honeywell International has discovered how to produce oil from plastic waste.
Engineers from Zurich have tested a synthetic gas extraction unit, which can also liquefy it further to kerosene and methanol.
Japan’s Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has teamed up with several private companies on the CRD2 project. The aim is to remove space debris from orbit.
A new technique for processing food helps save resources and enable the consumer to form food into any shape they want.
The "cell farming" technology allows you to sprout coffee seeds in a test tube.
Turns out the human body is a genuine provider of substances suitable for construction.