The UK is considering building a solar power station in space to help achieve net-zero emissions. Could it work? An engineer explains the pros and cons.
A strong magnetic field should be another key metric to determine if the planet can sustain life, a new study by the University of Tokyo has suggested
Was climate change the inspiration behind the movie Don't Look Up"? We talk to the Adam McKay the creator of the movie on Radio Davos.
India has proposed to increase its 2022-23 space programme budget by around 8.4 percent, helping to boost research prospects and it's first space mission.
The race to deploy LEO satellite constellations is highly competitive and will require multi-stakeholder cooperation to deliver inclusive connectivity.
Data-driven technologies will be critical in how we monitor the effects of climate change and the efforts we take to protect earth's carbon sinks.
Our sun has a cycle of activity and as it becomes more active, there will be more sightings of the northern (and southern) lights.
Space research has helped develop numerous innovations and advance understanding of cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, GPS, 3D printers and other conditions.
World leaders, scientists, economists and an astronaut live from space - all spoke at the Davos Agenda. This podcast presents some of the audio highlights
Live from the International Space Station, astronaut Matthias joined the World Economic Forum’s Davos Agenda, to talk science, climate and space tourism.
Day 4 at The Davos Agenda heard from Indonesian President Joko Widodo and President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen.
Live from space, astronaut Matthias Maurer joins Al Gore and other experts to debate how space tech and space science can help solve some of the world's biggest challenges.
Threats to the environment dominate the annual Risks Report, but risks in space and the metaverse are causing increasing concern. Radio Davos reports.
Around 11,000 satellites already orbit the Earth, together with tons of space junk. Life on the planet increasingly depends on space technology.