In many countries, national well-being is often monitored through on-the-ground household surveys, but new technology could change that.
A hip factory in downtown San Francisco is producing miniature satellites with major implications for climate research and environmental preservation—and also for privacy.
Global Fishing Watch, a non-profit group, is using new technology to fill in a major gap in its monitoring data.
An innovative monitoring system would allow researchers, policymakers, and environmentalists to track reef damaging events across the globe in near-real time.
An influential new survey will help government agencies decide which satellite capabilities to fund.
The rocket helped propel a three-tonne GSAT-19 satellite into orbit, the country's largest to date.
Quakes may offer scientific clues about planets' interiors.
Floating solar cells far above Earth and beaming the energy to the grid has shifted from loony to funded.
A European satellite scheduled to launch today will provide hard data on rising seas.