Becky is a contributor to Motherboard.
Articles by Becky Ferreira
Science fiction is filled with disobedient robots, and now we’re creating them in reality.
The interstage section of SpaceX’s September 2014 resupply mission has shown up off the coast of Cornwall.
Let’s celebrate Pierre Charles Le Monnier’s 300th birthday by highlighting his biggest blunder.
At only two million years old, the LkCa 15 is a cosmic nursery.
If we are going to send humans to Mars in the 2030s, it’s time we selected our digs.
Let's build armor that can monitor its own integrity, just like the chiton can.
Even people in the 1700s wanted to like, see music and hear colors, man.
Extinction events literally have bigger fish to fry.
And its winds blow 5,400 MPH—enough break the sound barrier seven times over.
What went wrong, and could it happen again?