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The $100m project, called Breakthrough Starshot, will rely on tiny so-called nanocraft flying on sails pushed by beams of light through the universe.
Daily Mail
 | Space
April 12, 2016
World
The crew debated telling officials about the outer space-type music in 1969, according to declassified audio featured in the show NASA's Unexplained Files.
Daily Mail
 | Space
February 21, 2016
United Kingdom, Europe
Set on 350 acres of stunning land in western Ireland, the five-star Ashford Castle received the top gong by a network of international travel agents.
Daily Mail
 | Travel
August 18, 2015
World
Dr Armstrong predicts that in the future, intelligent robots will become smarter and faster than humans, take over the running of countries and have the ability to wipe us out altogether.
Daily Mail
 | Science
June 30, 2015
Ethiopia, Africa
Anthropologists identified the fossils as belonging to a new human which lived around 3.4 million years ago.
Daily Mail
 | Archaeology
June 01, 2015
Indonesia, Asia
These sulphur miners risk their lives daily as they work breaking up the mineral and hauling it out of a volcano.
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 | Society
May 29, 2015
Japan, Asia
The outstanding spectacle offers scientists a rare opportunity to study how life begins to colonize barren land - helped by rotting bird poo and vomit.
Daily Mail
 | Science
May 18, 2015
Malaysia, Asia
In the crystal blue coral seas just off the coast of Malaysia there are a group of people who have forged such an intimate relationship with the water that they rarely leave it.
Daily Mail
 | Travel
May 04, 2015
Taiwan, Asia
The craze involves having your pet pooch shaped into a sphere or a square - with the desired effect being a more eye-grabbing and clean-cut look.
Daily Mail
 | Society
April 28, 2015
China, Asia
Among the green rolling hills in the Larung Gar Valley in China, the last thing you would expect to see are thousands of red wooden huts that have been built in a massive cluster.
Daily Mail
 | Travel
April 20, 2015
Israel, Asia, Middle East
With little to do and nowhere to go, five Palestinians stuck in the Israeli-blockaded Gaza Strip came up with a plan: make a boat out of recycled plastic bottles.
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 | Stories
April 20, 2015
Germany, Europe
Her latest pregnancy was the result of artificial insemination using both donated sperm and eggs. Besides, she already has 13 children.
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 | Stories
April 13, 2015
China, Asia
The 52-year-old has lived there since her family fell on tough times and could no longer support her.
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 | Stories
April 09, 2015
Indonesia, Asia
These are the amazing scenes as a group of Indonesian children take a death-defying route to school each day.
Daily Mail
 | Society
April 03, 2015
United States, North America
Other projects to be worked on include improved habitats for humans, and small satellites to explore deep space.
Daily Mail
 | Space
April 02, 2015
China, Asia
Legend has it that on this day the dragon, an important symbol in Chinese culture, will awaken and bring rain to produce a bumper harvest.
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 | Stories
April 01, 2015
China, Asia
The tiny Ili Pika, an 8-inch long rabbit-relative, is one of the world's most endangered species with less than 1,000 animals believed to be left in its natural habitat.
Daily Mail
 | Environment
March 25, 2015
South America, Argentina, Uruguay
The species - Toxodon plantensis and Macrauchenia patachonica - were first discovered by Charles Darwin in Uruguay and Argentina 180 years ago.
Daily Mail
 | Archaeology
March 19, 2015
Indian, Asia
Toxic fumes constantly fill the air and 250 houses were once swallowed up by the ground in four hours. But for these Indian families, it's home.
Daily Mail
 | Environment
March 18, 2015
World
By recording seismic tremors, researchers are able to build a 3D picture of Earth's mantle - the layer between the crust and outer core.
Daily Mail
 | Science
March 17, 2015
China, Asia
They have just sold an army of the metal robots for almost one million RMB (£110,000) constructed in their own makeshift workshop.
Daily Mail
 | Stories
March 16, 2015
World
Far from the catwalks of New York, London or Paris, indigenous tribes people from all over the globe are showing a sartorial flare that puts many Western fashion designers to shame.
Daily Mail
 | Travel
March 14, 2015
Tonga, Oceania
Located off the coast of Tonga, the island started forming after a volcano exploded underwater and then expanded creating a mile long, cone-shaped formation.
Daily Mail
 | Science
March 13, 2015
China, Asia
The vegetable monster grew from a mysterious green shoot in Mr Chen's abandoned garden.
Daily Mail
 | Stories
March 12, 2015
China, Asia
Her company LENS Technology supplies window glass for Apple devices and is now worth a staggering £4.87 billion.
Daily Mail
 | Stories
March 11, 2015
United States, North America
It plunges 586ft underground - twice the height of the Statue of Liberty - and the interior has been described as pitch black.
Daily Mail
 | Travel
March 10, 2015
World
The atmosphere of Mars is 96% carbon dioxide and less than 0.2% oxygen, but the team hope to convert the former into 99.6% pure oxygen.
Daily Mail
 | Space
March 04, 2015
Taiwan, Asia
The colourful event celebrates the end of their Chinese New Year celebrations with fairy tales, historic legends, and party animals.
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 | Travel
February 28, 2015
World
Paralysed patients and those with incurable illness like Stephen Hawking could benefit from this unbelievable technique. However, each operation will cost an estimated £7.5M to complete.
Daily Mail
 | Science
February 26, 2015
Russia, Europe
Scientists found four new enormous holes in northern Russia that may be caused by gas from underground. They fear craters could become more common due to rising temperatures.
Daily Mail
 | Environment
February 24, 2015
World
She has braved Mount Everest, Kilimanjaro, Mount Blanc, Elbrus and Mount Vinson in Antarctica in the last year. Who can claim the same?
Daily Mail
 | Travel
February 20, 2015
Israel, Asia, Middle East
Scuba divers have uncovered the largest treasure trove ever discovered off Israel's Mediterranean coast - but won't get a penny.
Daily Mail
 | Archaeology
February 19, 2015
Colombia, South America
The 36-year-old has a habit of regularly changing her name and prior to the latest change was known as Ladyzunga Cyborg.
Daily Mail
 | Stories
February 18, 2015
South Africa, Africa
But there's a much worse ending for the porcupine when the cat's dad turns up.
Daily Mail
 | Stories
February 10, 2015
Japan, Asia
Opening up the sport to women is part of an effort to legitimize sumo as a possible future Olympic event.
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 | Stories
February 07, 2015
Egypt, Africa
The recycled material bearing part of the Gospel of Mark was written in the first century and predates the next oldest surviving copy by a century.
Daily Mail
 | Archaeology
January 20, 2015
France, Europe
A 60,000-year-old multi-purpose bone tool unearthed in France suggests they understood how to use bones to make useful devices.
Daily Mail
 | Archaeology
January 16, 2015
United States, North America
Can you solve some of the world's biggest UFO mysteries? Rare microfilms of alien sightings from the Blue Book Project are now available online.
Daily Mail
 | Space
January 15, 2015
France, United Kingdom, Europe
While 360-degree imaging has been around for several years, it is far more challenging to produce this for live television.
Daily Mail
 | Innovation
January 11, 2015
United States, North America
The shield resembles a stacking ring of doughnuts that young children play with.
Daily Mail
 | Space
January 05, 2015
United Kingdom, Europe
Cambridge University has tested the world's first hybrid plane in the UK, though it can only stay airborne for a few minutes.
Daily Mail
 | Innovation
December 28, 2014
Norway, Europe
A dramatic video reveals the treacherous conditions that motorists regularly face on Norway’s picturesque Atlantic Ocean Road.
Daily Mail
 | Travel
November 20, 2014
Japan, Asia
It's the very first time that no Scottish distillery makes it to the top five.
Daily Mail
 | Entertainment
November 05, 2014
Mexico, North America
Over 50,000 artifacts have been found in the 1,800-year-old underground network.
Daily Mail
 | Archaeology
November 01, 2014
United States, North America
The mega companies found a controversial way to have them working longer.
Daily Mail
 | Stories
October 20, 2014
Antarctica
The team is now studying how the ice shelf will melt in response to climate change.
Daily Mail
 | Environment
August 29, 2014