The success of this month's Artemis I mission has placed us on track to see humans living and working on the Moon within 10 years.
Humans have dominated the planet in a way no other life form has ever done - but for how long is this sustainable ?
If an intelligent extraterrestrial race suddenly sent us a message, what exactly would the human race say in response ?
A motion-activated trail camera has picked up what appears to be a small humanoid creature peering out of the darkness.
The incident serves as a stark reminder of the danger these enormous snakes can pose to humans.
The modern version of animism has become an increasingly popular movement attracting large numbers of followers.
It might sound like an experiment worthy of Frankenstein, but we won't have to worry about 'rat men' anytime soon.
A robot named Ai-Da turned heads today after speaking at a committee hearing taking place in the UK parliament's upper house.
A robot capable of mimicking human expressions has offered its assurances that it has no plans for world domination.
Scientists have determined that this very strange 500 million-year-old creature was not actually related to humans.
Scientists are working on ways to combine human cells with computer chips - but is this something we should really be doing ?
Named 'Optimus', the Tesla-developed robot has the potential to automate the workplace - and even the home.
Scientists have used an artificial intelligence to analyze evidence that early humans were making fire 1 million years ago.
Struck down with motor neuron disease, Dr. Peter Scott-Morgan wanted to reinvent what it means to be human.
The self-healing, living skin - which is based on human cells - has been demonstrated on a robotic finger.
A set of cutting and skinning tools is being hailed as evidence that our ancestors shared knowledge.
Astronomer Royal Martin Rees has suggested that cybernetics could facilitate humanity's future among the stars.
It's not just human offenders who face a prison sentence for committing a crime in some parts of the world.
A controversial new book claims that the hobbit-like Homo floresiensis may not have actually gone extinct.
The feat has finally been achieved 19 years after the Human Genome Project sequenced 92% of it.