Teenage Scientists Launch a Rocket in to Space
For the first time in history, an independent group of college students is launching a rocket into space.
Clues To Life on Mars May Live in the Mine-Dwelling Devil Worm
A mile under the Earth’s crust, inside the gold mines of South Africa, lie the deepest living animals on the planet: nematodes – or “Devil Worms” – the tiniest multicellular worms on Earth.
Watch this spliff fly into space…and then watch Weed Week on VICELAND.
Orbit at The Whitney
In February, The Whitney Museum of American Art presented Red In View (Orbit), a 10 day continuous performance art piece by artists MPA, Amapola Prada, and Elizabeth Marcus-Sonenberg.
Should Humans Try to Contact Alien Civilizations?
Motherboard meets with Doug Vakoch, founder of METI International, an organization dedicated to sending interstellar messages to extraterrestrial lifeforms.
Tracking Bacteria on the Space Station Could Help Us Survive Beyond Earth
Dr. Chris Mason is using genetics to understand how humans will prepare for -and defend themselves against— life in space.
Biology of Contact
Motherboard meets up with Lynn Rothschild, an astrobiologist at NASA who is working to define life in space.
The Best Space Holiday Money Can Buy
The tourism industry has its sights set on the next frontier: space.
Lucy McRae on Creativity and the Human Body as Art | Visionaries, Episode 2
Lucy McRae on Creativity and the Human Body as Art
The Process / web
Reanimating Kubrick in Operation Avalanche
This film blurs all boundaries between film and reality.
The Process / web
Creating Cutting-Edge Sci-Fi with Analog Effects | The Process
In form and execution, Approaching The Unknown solidifies our fascinations with Mars as the next great frontier for science and civilization.
Motherboard Pilot Week
Whiz Kidz: The Internet
We often talk about science and the future, but what do kids actually think about the future?