ESA announces a new and unique training module on robotics.
Date Posted: 16th March 2017
We interviewed her here and now, we’ve heard news that Dr Natasha Stephen has curated an exhibition we think looks set to be out of this world!
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Date Posted: 9th March 2017
Graham Turnock has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of the UK Space Agency.
Date Posted: 3rd March 2017
The roles that women play at NASA have been brought into focus thanks to films such as Hidden Figures in recent times and now, to commemorate some of the influential working …
Date Posted: 1st March 2017
We interviewed him as a STEM inspiration here and now Professor Tony Belpaeme, Professor in Intelligent and Autonomous Control Systems at Plymouth University will join the Nobel Prize dialogue in Tokyo …
Date Posted: 24th February 2017
The preparations of a new Copernicus Earth observation satellite, Sentinel-2B, are finished and the satellite will soon be carried into orbit.
Date Posted: 23rd February 2017
Pluto has been a mystery since it was discovered in 1930 …
Date Posted: 22nd February 2017
Launch UK brings together UK commercial space sector
Like something taken straight from SciFi, European Space Agency astronaut Matthias Maurer took part in NASA’s Extreme Environment Mission Operations, or NEEMO …
Date Posted: 17th February 2017
ESA’s involvement in the world of art is entering a new dimension, thanks to the cooperation with the Italian artist Michelangelo Pistoletto …
‘The Moon – ESA’s interactive guide’ is a web documentary with over 40 videos narrated by scientists involved in lunar research.
Date Posted: 16th February 2017
Government launches £10 million scheme to incentivise the commercial spaceflight market.
Date Posted: 13th February 2017
In The Invisible Man, the character Wells created in Griffin, swathed in his bandages, is now a SciFi icon …
Heir to a mining fortune, David Innes enlists his inventor friend Abner Perry in an experiment and together they accidentally drill down to the earth’s core in his “Iron Mole”…
A terrifying vision of scientific progress without moral limits, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein leads the reader on an unsettling journey from the sublime beauty of the Swiss alps to the desolate waste of the arctic circle.