The idea of using warp drive to travel across large distances is not as far-fetched as it might seem.
A fascinating new patent for a real-life warp drive has been published by two engineers from Chicago.
The idea that a spacecraft could 'warp' over vast distances of space may have genuine potential.
A concept for a faster-than-light drive that does not violate the laws of physics has been gaining momentum.
Professor Geraint Lewis believes that traveling at warp speed may actually be a viable possibility.
The space agency has reportedly produced a Star Trek style 'warp field' inside an experimental engine.
Omaha resident David Pares has built what he believes to be the world’s first low-power warp drive motor.
The impressive designs are based on Harold White's real-life work developing a genuine warp drive.
Researchers at NASA are working on developing a real-world counterpart to Star Trek's warp drive.
Could NASA be working on technology that could one day enable us to travel to other solar systems ?
One of science fiction's most prominent space-faring technologies, the warp drive, is potentially not impossible. As the...
A new study in to the possibility of a real life warp drive has concluded that travelling faster than light is impossibl...