Increased interest in recreational fishing with drones has led to concern about its environmental and social impact.
Aerial drones are already transforming warfare. Underwater drones are next.
The bloody ground attacks by Hamas in Israel caused the biggest shock. But the unprecedented scale of rocketry and successful use of armed drones contributed to the surprise.
France’s withdrawal from Niger could hurt the regional fight against terrorism, create an opportunity for Wagner’s influence and increase Europe’s migrant crisis.
A selection of the best of our coverage of the conflict from the past fortnight.
The drones are light, cheap, easy to transport and have proved to be highly effective as a weapon of war.
The age of autonomous weapons is upon us
Drones are both a destructive battlefield weapon and deliver a psychological boost when used on Russian cities.
Research into swarming in nature is transforming healthcare, gambling and the military.
Drone use has increased dramatically, but what effect will this have on our endangered shorebirds? New research shows the eastern curlew is easily startled, prompting others to take flight.
Nasa is taking reports of unidentified objects seriously, but it hasn’t found aliens yet.
Can one invention revolutionise propellers, whose basic design has been around for over 100 years? Not so fast.
Drone strikes in Moscow are just one sign of an intensifying air war ahead of Ukraine’s offensive.
As drone strikes become a more routine part of warfare, a set of rules or standards that can help determine how they are used in warfare is needed, writes a former US diplomat.
It was the trip of a lifetime for an Australian research team studying moss in Antarctica. After two months at Casey Station they returned with great videos and loads of data for further analysis.
As the drone market continues to expand, a set of rules or standards that can help determine how they are used in warfare is needed, writes a former US diplomat.
Over the years Australia has been quick to point the finger at China – most recently in relation to DJI drones. Instead, we should look closely at our own tech security policies.
The drone ‘attack’ on the Kremlin remains shrouded in mystery. Here are some of the possible explanations.
As Russia’s war in Ukraine illustrates, the use of lethal automated weapons, or LAWS, can always be justified. Their ability to desensitize their users from the act of killing, however, shouldn’t be.
A selection of our coverage of the conflict over the past fortnight.