Test maneuvers for a stuck Mars rover are on hold for evaluation, set to begin again next week.
Suborbital flights will give ESA experience vital to its ambitions for a human spaceflight program.
A cheap smart-phone microscope could bring fluorescent medical imaging to areas with limited access to health care.
New research shows that a space probe's hardware could be reconfigured on the fly.
Easily made nanolenses can perform superhigh-resolution lithography and imaging.
Last year's "Google-killer" plans a comeback with social search.
The rewards of reporting an epic journey of man are more than the excitement of the moment. The audience shares new perspectives on another world.
A new approach lets dexterous robotic hands grasp easily.