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Most sophisticated vehicle ever sent to red planet will search for signs of life and prepare way for human visits
Data and graphics were the bedrock for a lot of coronavirus reporting, from transmission rates to the economic fallout
Global demand for freezers has soared as governments prepare to ship and store doses
Questions remain over accuracy of new 20-minute tests and reliance on overseas suppliers
Out of 300 candidates, nine are in phase 3 trials, with some hoping for emergency use approval this year
Efforts to develop effective drugs or vaccines depend on understanding how the virus outwits the immune system
The pandemic has taught us to take notice of nature — but is it a lasting change?
Thwaites Glacier is melting at an alarming rate, triggering fears over rising sea levels
Employers are looking at a range of innovations aimed at making workplaces safe
Scientists create vast genealogical tree that will be crucial to halting pandemic and developing medicines
System has capacity to take out drones, fighter jets and cruise missiles
Rocket carrying company’s Crew Dragon craft embarks on dry run for carrying astronauts
A look at the conventional and nuclear forces of the two nations embroiled in Kashmir conflict
How the country’s ‘reform and opening up’ policy has had a lasting impact on society
Will Apple, Amazon, Microsoft or Alphabet reach the ‘quatro commas’ club first?
Airline plans more ultra-long-hauls as it launches direct flight from Australia to UK
Competition between companies is putting a brake on the highly complex 3D maps autonomous vehicles need to function
Scores of small ‘CubeSats’ circle our planet 24/7, surveilling everything from shrinking glaciers to fleeing refugees – but do they put our privacy at risk?
Launch of Falcon Heavy will be the biggest in 45 years, but technology has moved on
F-35 takes over from Tornado in face of resurgent Russia and contested airspace
While some have fallen down the global league table, many are larger today
Pyongyang’s development of missiles and nuclear weapons raises alarms in Washington
The technology behind the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket
Fuelled by leaps in technology and materials, the industry is on a mission to lighten the load of aircraft