The last Concorde supersonic passenger jet to be made – and flown – is unwrapped in preparation for settling in to its new home at the Aerospace Bristol Centre.
The first cellular telephone call was made on this day in 1973.
Scientists have tested out the world’s largest artificial solar simulator at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) near Cologne.
A United States Marines Harrier AV-8B refuels in mid-air.
A new app for your mobile can recognise a stranger simply by taking their photograph, reports Shortlistdubai.com.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said science and technology would hold the key to equitable economic growth in South Africa, suggesting the sector had not been given the attention that it deserves.
SpaceX announced plans to send the first two tourists around the moon in 2018.
NASA’s announcement of the discovery a star orbited by seven planets similar in size to earth has fueled hopes that alien life exists.
Intelligence is increasingly referred to in the wildlife sector, but is it clearly understood and the most effective method of wildlife protection?
The traditional realm of copyright is being tested in a world where “liking”, “retweeting”, and “pinning” have become part of everyday life.