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Europe's leading scientists have pledged to embrace and expand the role of technology in the Humanities.
After a year-and-a-half of being locked up in isolation, the Mars500 crew's mission is finally coming to an end.
Understanding osteoporosis, perfecting vaccines and developing new alloys all share one thing: they are just some of the many scientific fields that have advanced significantly through research performed in space.
A heads-up car navigation display and a new approach to rainforest conservation were announced as the winners of the eighth Galileo Masters European Satellite Navigation Competition and the new GMES Masters European Earth Monitoring Competition, both supported by ESA.
At SPI, Dallas, ESA Renewables will be exhibiting not only its new solar monitoring and control systems, but also demonstrating its ability to provide financing, construction and O&M services.
Broader and improved access to satellite data is boosting the Global Monitoring for Environment and Security program.
Astronauts’ jobs sometimes weigh heavy on them: crews returning from space briefly endure ‘g-loading’ more than four times Earth normal.
The EU Joint Research Centre (JRC) has developed a statistical modeling tool which allows the risk of conflict occurrence in developing countries to be analyzed.
A new image from the Wide Field Imager on the MPG/ESO 2.2-meter telescope reveals the Lambda Centauri Nebula, a cloud of glowing hydrogen and newborn stars in the constellation of Centaurus (The Centaur).
ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst has been assigned to fly to the International Space Station on a 6-month mission in 2014, serving as a flight engineer for Expeditions 40 and 41.
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