From the hot vents of the deep sea to the frigid surface of Mars, there were some amazing sights in the world of science this week.
Elon Musk has donated $10 million to the Future of Life Institute to finance studies towards Artificial Intelligence. The institute will grant $7 million from Musk and the Open Philanthropy Project to 37 projects over the next three years.
Kegan Schouwenburg, the 29-year-old CEO and co-founder of SOLS - a $20M company that 3D-prints corrective orthodic insoles - talks about the future of 3D printing to support custom mass manufacturing of footwear and other product types.
SpaceX is moving its in-flight abort test involving Dragon capsules from the Vandenberg Air Force Base in California to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida following an agreement with NASA.
Experts found that the universe may come to its end state through the 'Big Rip' theory, which pertains to the eventual disintegration of all objects up to the atomic level when 'dark energy' continues to take action. The said phenomenon is said to reach its ultimate culmination 22 billion years from now.
The European Space Agency has revealed its plan to use satellites to blast asteroids with projectiles in order to change their course and prevent them from directly colliding with Earth.
Global warming could devastate marine life if global temperatures are not kept in check, a new study finds. How serious is this problem?
Russia's attempt to conduct a resupply mission to the International Space Station exhibited initial success. The Progress cargo ship reaches orbit as planned and is set to arrive at the ISS in two days.
Spiders are not only capable of flight, they can sail as well, a new study concludes. How could this finding help unravel a mystery of the eight-legged animals?
A deadly amoeba took the life of a 21-year-old California woman on June 20. Are you in danger this summer from this water-borne illness?
A string of similarly-sized dark patches evenly spaced along Pluto's equator has scientists scratching their heads. Nothing like it has been seen before, they say.