Rosetta Mission team announces that Philae, the little space robot thought to be lost since 2014, has been finally found. Tucked away in the crack of the comet and eternally in shadow, researchers can rest knowing the lander is not lost forever.
Today, Uber's self-driving autonomous cars began picking up passengers in Pittsburgh. In this first stage of testing, the cars still require a person to monitor progress and ensure that there are no issues.
Using mice as the models, a new study describes the cellular processes that occur during "rush desensitization." The approach involves giving a small dose of the allergy trigger -- peanuts or bee poison or even chemotherapy -- to the susceptible patient in small, yet increasing doses over a short period.
Largely due to its small size, Costa Rica has manage to run for two months relying solely on various sources of renewable energy. This success, though, isn't just due to the country's size. The government isn't at all lacking when it comes to serious effort in eliminating the use of fossil fuels.
Blue Origin, Jeff Bezos' space tourism venture, has recently unveiled a new line in its series of rockets. The New Glenn rockets will be his largest ones yet. To top it all off, these will also be reusable.
Scotland unveiled the first turbine for the MeyGen tidal stream project, the world's first large-scale tidal energy farm. The project will initially install four turbines, but will eventually have 269 turbines, enough to power 175,000 homes.