The space agency's Psyche spacecraft will be the first ever to attempt to directly visit a metal asteroid.
Richard van Oort takes a look at intelligence and its role in the existential threats that our civilization currently faces.
A real-life version of Stephen King's terrifying killer clown Pennywise has been leaving red balloons all around Skelmorlie.
The second law of infodynamics seems to add credence to the idea that the world we live in isn't actually real.
Film studies lecturer Aislinn Clarke takes a look back at the movie that defined a new generation of horror.
Real-life priest Helen Hall takes a look at how even fictional depictions of demonic possession can be harmful.
Scientists have confirmed that the footprints at White Sands National Park really are 23,000 years old.
Toby Ord's 2020 book painted a grim picture of humanity's chances this century, but just how accurate is his prediction ?
A peculiar natural phenomenon has been leaving California residents watching the skies this month.
A man accompanied by an alligator on a leash was recently denied access to a Philadelphia Phillies baseball game.
Researchers outline a new study that identified a mysterious type of snake from Zimbabwe as a new species.
The popular doorbell camera brand is offering a large cash sum to anyone who can capture evidence of extraterrestrials.
The Air Force Research Laboratory has awarded a trio of contracts to major companies to advance small nuclear fission reactors.
New excavations in Jordan have revealed evidence to suggest that the city of Sodom was destroyed by an asteroid impact.
Consciousness remains a fascinating enigma and the scientific community is unable to agree upon any one theory.
These mysterious circular-shaped patches of ground are starting to appear at sites all over the world.
The nature of consciousness and whether or not it pervades the entire universe has long remained a topic of debate.
The new AI can determine the likelihood that a sample is biological by 90% - but nobody is quite sure exactly how it works.
Calvin Parker and Charlie Hickson encountered something one night in 1973 that would haunt them for the rest of their lives.
Physicist Jeffrey Gillis-Davis takes a look at what Chandrayaan-3's discovery could mean for future missions to the Moon.