One of the pioneers of the modern field of the search for extraterrestrial intelligence has sadly passed away.
Data collected during the early days of the SETI@home project is now at risk of being lost.
Scientists have made several attempts to communicate with intelligent extraterrestrials over the decades.
Astronomers in Australia have conducted the deepest and widest ever search for extraterrestrial intelligence.
SETI has been searching for evidence of alien signals for decades, but what if we're using the wrong technology ?
It looks as though China may be about to take the lead in the global effort to detect an alien signal.
SETI's long-running initiative to use idle home computers to process data in the hunt for aliens has been halted.
SETI is ramping up its search for intelligent alien life by sniffing out indicators of extraterrestrial technology.
The research organization is today celebrating 35 years of searching for signs of extraterrestrial intelligence.
Researchers want to ascertain the public's views on how humanity should respond to first contact with aliens.
Amateur alien hunters now have the opportunity to browse and update an online database of SETI searches.
SETI has been attempting to determine if the first known interstellar visitor is under intelligent alien control.
A new study has indicated that we may have barely even scratched the surface in our hunt for intelligent aliens.
Astronomers discovered the signals after analyzing 400 terabytes of radio data using an artificial intelligence.
Scientists have revamped the scale used to determine the significance of potential extraterrestrial signals.
Astronomers are hoping to one day establish contact with an advanced extraterrestrial civilization.
SETI astronomer Seth Shostak maintains that we will find evidence of intelligent aliens within two decades.
Scientists have come up with a way to scan the skies for pulses of light from an alien civilization.
A new paper has suggested using a lottery and savings bond as a way to fund the search for alien life.
Astronomers are attempting to determine the nature of a strange signal picked up by a Russian telescope.