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Entertainment | New Star Trek!

‘Star Trek’ Day: ‘Picard’ Gets Season 3 Renewal, Will Time Travel to 21st Century in Season 2; ‘Strange New Worlds’ Bringing Back Uhura, Nurse Chapel

Paramount Plus also announced the cast for "Strange New Worlds," and premiere dates for Season 4 of "Discovery" and the debut of "Prodigy."

Entertainment | Star Trek: Picard

Watch the first full trailer for 'Star Trek: Picard' Season 2

The first full trailer for season 2 of "Star Trek: Picard" has warped online and you can watch it here.

Entertainment | William Shatner

William Shatner reflects on 55 years of 'Star Trek' — and that controversial 'SNL' sketch

The erstwhile Captain Kirk looks back on his "Trek" timeline, the notorious "Get a Life" skit, and his memories working with Leonard Nimoy, Lucille Ball and Christopher Plummer.

Entertainment | Star Trek News

More details revealed about Quentin Tarantino's 'gangster' Star Trek movie

Star Trek fans should be in for a treat with the next movie. It's being written and directed by WandaVision's Matt Shackman, so we should see all the weirdn...

Entertainment | Star Trek: Picard

New Star Trek: Picard Season 2 Teaser Trailer Confirms That New Season is All About Time Travel

A new Star Trek: Picard Season 2 teaser trailer was released today alongside a new promotional poster. Picard: Season 2 will release on Paramount+ in 2022.

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

Star Trek: Vulcan Planet Sha Ka Ree Was Named For Sean Connery

Even though iconic James Bond actor Sean Connery turned down a role in Star Trek, his name lives on in the franchise's history.

Entertainment | Star Trek: Picard

Fixing Mr. Data’s Face for ‘Star Trek: Picard’

Most reviews of ‘Star Trek: Picard’ were positive, but one item that came up more than once was Data’s appearance. For an android who doesn’t age, he looked old.

Science & Technology | Tech

Researchers Create Free-Floating Animated Holograms That Bring Us One Step Closer to Star Trek's Holodecks

Back in 2018, researchers from Brigham Young University demonstrated a device called an Optical Trap Display that used lasers to create free-floating holographic images that don’t need a display. That same team is now demonstrating a new technique that al

Entertainment | Leonard Nimoy

Star Trek: Why Spock Limps in 'The Cage’

In the original Star Trek pilot 'The Cage,' Mr. Spock sports a limp. The episode gives the reasons why but questions have remained nonetheless.

Entertainment | The Original Series

Star Trek: Why Ellison Wanted His Name Off 'City on the Edge of Forever'

It took over ten months to produce a final script for one of Star Trek's best episodes, with unpaid rewrites and changes infuriating Harlan Ellison.

Entertainment | TNG

This episode of TNG would have had a bitter Chekov

This episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG) would have had a bitter Pavel Chekov portrayed by Walter Koenig from the original series

Entertainment | The Original Series

Star Trek: The Original Series' Theme Had Lyrics (And They're Terrible)

Though they never aired, lyrics did exist for the iconic Star Trek theme, and they're almost as bad as the history behind them.

Entertainment | New Star Trek!

Star Trek Strange New Worlds Showrunner Says it Will Mimic Original Series

Akiva Goldsman, showrunner for Star Trek: Strange New Worlds, says the structure of the new series will be similar to that of the original Star Trek.

Entertainment | Star Trek News

A New Star Trek Movie Is Officially Coming To Theaters, Sorry Tarantino

Paramount has scheduled a Star Trek movie, but I have so many questions.

Entertainment | The Original Series

Star Trek: Why the Enterprise Was Originally the Yorktown

Behind the original name for Star Trek's Enterprise is American history, though this hasn't made Yorktown a major player in the franchise's canon.

Entertainment | William Shatner

William Shatner Has Never Watched Star Trek

Star Trek: The Original Series lead William Shatner has never watched an episode of Star Trek. That's what he told People in a recent interview promoting his new film Senior Moment. Discussing his role as Captain James T. Kirk that helped launch his caree

Entertainment | William Shatner

The Star Trek Episodes That Define Captain Kirk

On March 22nd both William Shatner and Captain James Tiberius Kirk celebrate their birthday—so to mark the occasion we look back at 10 classic episodes of Star Trek that all speak to different facets of the iconic Captain of the starship Enterprise.

Entertainment | William Shatner

12 wonderful William Shatner television performances beyond Star Trek

Happy 90th birthday, Shatner! He has played everything from a drug lord to an astronaut who can talk with dolphins.

Entertainment | New Star Trek!

'Star Trek: Strange New Worlds' reveals the rest of the Enterprise crew — finally

'Star Trek: Strange New Worlds' is officially filming, and the crew of the Enterprise is growing. Paramount+ has finally revealed five new cast members for the next big Trek series.

Entertainment | Miscellanneous Trek

‘The Center Seat: 55 Years Of Star Trek’ Docuseries Set At History Channel – Deadline

'The Center Seat: 55 Years of Star Trek,' an 8-episode docuseries about the storied franchise, is coming History Channel. Nacelle Company is producing

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

You Wear It Well: The Uniforms of Star Trek 

The Delta Shield. The colors: red, gold and blue. The form-fitting jackets and often black trousers. Even the confining jumpsuits. Star Trek uniforms have a special place in pop culture, equal in renown maybe only by the jerseys and full kits of certain s

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Warp Drive: Scientists Say a Physical Warp Drive Is Now Possible

For the first time, scientists have introduced a physical model for warp drive. That means humans are one step closer to traveling at faster-than-light speeds.

Entertainment | Star Trek News

Quentin Tarantino’s Star Trek Movie Is Back On, Chris Pine To Star

After Paramount paused all future Star Trek movies, a new rumor suggests that a Star Trek film written by Quentin Tarantino could still be in the works.

Entertainment | Miscellanneous Trek

Robin Williams Was A Huge Star Trek Fan, Had An Entire Episode Written For Him

Robin Williams made no attempt to hide his love of Star Trek, and it got to a point wher ehe even had an episode written just for him.

Entertainment | New Star Trek!

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Can Fix A Spock Plothole From The Original Series

In two new commercials, Captain Pike and Mr. Spock are climbing the Paramount mountain. This seems to signal that 'Star Trek: Strange New Worlds' will be coming sooner than we thought. But what about Spock's Pon Farr mating cycle?

Entertainment | Leonard Nimoy

Leonard Nimoy as Spock Makes Surprise Cameo Appearance on 'The Carol Burnett Show' in 1967

During a very early episode of The Carol Burnett Show in 1967, the titular hostess played "Mrs. Invisible Man", a young mother whose baby was invisible,

Entertainment | The Original Series

How Martin Luther King Jr. Kept 'Star Trek' Flying High | Mental Floss

Civil rights activist and stealth Trekker Martin Luther King Jr. had an intense conversation with one of the show's main cast members in order to keep the series intact.

Entertainment | Star Trek News

3 Star Trek TV Spinoffs Reportedly In The Works For Paramount+

Insider Daniel Richtman claims that Paramount have three new Star Wars shows in the works for their streaming service.

Entertainment | The Original Series

Live Long and Prosper! Here Are 15 Fun Facts About Star Trek to Celebrate the Show's 55th Anniversary

The original Star Trek TV series celebrates its 55th anniversary in 2021. Here are some fun facts about the series, which starred William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, Nichelle Nichols and DeForest Kelley.

Entertainment | Miscellanneous Trek

Star Trek: Every Starfleet Uniform & History Explained

Star Trek has had dozens of different uniforms over the years, varying greatly by era, yet maintaining certain features through every iteration.

Entertainment | Miscellanneous Trek

Star Trek: MGM Was Not Happy With Deep Space Nine's James Bond Episode

It was 25 years ago that Star Trek: Deep Space Nine took on James Bond, and the character's rightsholders weren't too pleased about it. 'Our Man Bashir' saw Deep Space 9's chief medical officer, Julian Bashir (Alexander Siddig), engaging in a holosuite pr

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Long-distance quantum teleportation is now possible, meaning quantum internet

A collaborative team of scientists have now successfully teleported qubits across almost 14 miles of fiber optic cables, and internet will never be the same.

Entertainment | TNG

Star Trek: William Riker would’ve been a great replacement for Jean-Luc Picard

Star Trek writers were prepared for Jean-Luc Picard's exit from the series following season three, and William Riker would've been perfect to replace him.

Entertainment | Star Trek News

Quentin Tarantino's Star Trek Movie Had A Lot of Fun With Kirk

Quentin Tarantino's Star Trek movie may not be happening anymore, but it's been revealed that he would have had fun with Captain Kirk's character.

Entertainment | Upcoming Conventions & Convention News

William Shatner is headlining regional Star Trek Creation conventions

William Shatner is headlining regional Star Trek Creation conventions in Vancouver, Edison, NJ, and Jacksonville, FL in 2021

Entertainment | Star Trek: Discovery

Star Trek: Discovery Gives a Classic TNG Episode an Epilogue

The latest episode of Star Trek: Discovery serves as a sequel to a Next Generation two-parter, in both name and concept.

Entertainment | New Star Trek!

Star Trek Just Made A Big Change to Vulcans And Romulans

Star Trek: Discovery has essentially been given a blank slate on which to re-write the franchise mythos, after moving the setting to the distant future of the 32nd century. As Commander Michael Burnham (Sonequa Martin-Green) and the crew of the USS Discov

Entertainment | Star Trek: Discovery

'Star Trek: Discovery' Season 3 Episode 7 honors cannon with Leonard Nimoy's Spock, fans say 'about time'

Trekkies jumped with joy when they saw Leonard Nimoy's Spock, obviously not the real Nimoy, but it was good to see him there

Entertainment | The Original Series

Trekkies Can Thank Herb Solow For The Most Famous Star Trek Plot Device

Famed producer Herb Solow recently died at the age of 89-years-old. But, did you know he created Star Trek's Captain's Log?

Entertainment | The Original Series

The Quarantine Stream: Over 50 Years After it Aired, 'Star Trek' Remains One of the Greatest TV Shows of All Time

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Series: Star Trek Where You Can Stream It: Netflix, Amazon, and CBS All Access The Pitch: Cap

Entertainment | William Shatner

William Shatner Does NOT Get Royalties from Star Trek: The Original Series

During one of his endless troll fights on Twitter, William Shatner reveals that he receives zero royalties from playing Kirk on Star Trek: TOS.

Entertainment | Star Trek: Discovery

‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Review: Earth Is a Very Different Place in Episode 3

Episode 3, "People of Earth," introduce Blu del Barrio's winning Adira and shows an Earth that's changed since the Federation's fall.

Entertainment | New Star Trek!

Star Trek: Discovery Season 3 Gives Transporters a Major Upgrade

Star Trek: Discovery is back with its third season and a change in setting. The conclusion to season two brought Michael Burnham and the Discovery crew 930 years into the future, landing in the 32nd century. While fans are still awaiting the Discovery's a

Entertainment | New Star Trek!

Star Trek: Discovery jumps past canon into strange new worlds - CNET

By jumping 930 years into the future, Discovery gets out of the constraints of previous Star Trek series and, at the same time, gives itself a shot in the arm.

Entertainment | Star Trek News

'Star Trek 4' release date could finally reconnect the movie and TV canons

The next Star Trek movie remains a mystery, but now, it seems an old idea has become a frontrunner again. Could the Kelvin universe canon be connected to the TV canon in a new Trek film?

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

Star Trek just threw its entire movie canon into question

Episode 9 of 'Star Trek: Lower Decks' made a great joke about how beaming in Trek movies is very different than in Trek shows. But does that mean the Trek movie and Trek TV canons are different? Let's explore!

Entertainment | William Shatner

William Shatner sings ‘The Blues’ backed by Rock & Roll Hall of Famers and other stars

Actor William Shatner, best known for playing Capt. James T. Kirk on “Star Trek,” has a new album out Friday, Oct. 2. "The Blues" finds Shatner singing iconic fare such as "Crossroads," "The Thrill is Gone," "Route 66," "Sweet Home Chicago" and more, join

Entertainment | Star Trek News

Despite rumors, Paramount is still making Star Trek movies

Despite rumros to the contrary, Screenrant claims Paramount is still in the buisness of making Star Trek films despite issues around 4th installment.

Entertainment | Star Trek News

Is a Star Trek multiverse in the works? Why NYCC could be historic

Here's what to expect from the Star Trek Universe virtual panel at New York Comic-Con 2020. Will Discovery crossover with the Kelvin Universe? Will Lower Decks season 2 come very soon?

Entertainment | Upcoming Conventions & Convention News

CBS All Access Unveils New York Comic Con Lineup For the Star Trek Universe

CBS All Access, ViacomCBS’ digital subscription video on-demand and live streaming service, and CBS Television Studios invite fans to enter the Star Trek universe during New York Comic Con’s Metaverse, taking place virtually Oct. 8-11 at YouTube.com/NYCC

Entertainment | Star Trek News

Star Trek: TNG — Why Gene Roddenberry Hated Patrick Stewart As Picard

Gene Roddenberry famously didn't want Patrick Stewart to play Captain Jean-Luc Picard in Star Trek: The Next Generation; here's what happened.

Entertainment | Movies & Television

Tarantino’s ‘Star Trek’ Idea Is an ‘Earthbound’ 1930s Gangster Movie, and It’s Not Dead Yet

Tarantino's idea was based on the episode "A Piece of the Action" from the second season of "Star Trek: The Original Series."

Entertainment | Entertainment

The 5 kinds of sci-fi space travel, ranked by realism

Science fiction is full of ships that can zip around the cosmos. Only some are even loosely based on actual science.

Business & Finance | Advertising/Marketing

How STAR TREK: PICARD'S Seven of Nine Channels KILL BILL - Nerdist

The former Borg drone known as Seven of Nine has finally joined Star Trek: Picard as promised, now with a mission for vengeance.

Politics | Politics

Here’s the logo for Trump’s Space Force, and it looks awfully familiar

President Donald Trump on Friday revealed the official logo for the Space Force, the newest branch of the armed forces and part of the existing United States Air Force department. However, the logo appears to borrow heavily from the fictional logo of Star

Entertainment | Entertainment

When Star Trek: The Next Generation Was Bad, It Was Truly Horrendous

There aren’t just a lot of candidates for the worst episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation, I would contend there are a lot of worst episodes, period. It’s amazing how much terrible content this show produced while simultaneously reviving the beloved f

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

How Close Are We to Star Trek Propulsion? | Discover Magazine

It’s popular to talk about how the original Star Trek, set in the 23rd century, predicted many devices that we’re using already here in 2014. It started with communicators that manifested as flip-open cell phones that many already consider too primitive, moved through computers that talk and recognize human voices and provide instant translation (all of which are constantly improving), to medical applications such as needle-free injection, anti-radiation drugs, and a medical tricorder.

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

George ''Goober'' Lindsey was the first choice to play Spock and our mind is still blown

From gas station worker to science officer? Can you imagine the Mayberry Mind Meld?

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

SPACE: 1999 Bridged the Gap from TREK to WARS - Nerdist

Right before Star Wars, a British sci-fi series mixed Star Trek-level science fiction with trippy '70s grooviness. That show was Space: 1999 and it rocks.

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

Every Star Trek Captain, Ranked by Competency

Who’s the best Star Trek captain? Would you rather have Patrick Stewart’s Picard of William Shatner’s Kirk as a boss? We go through Star Trek history to assess the managerial skills of every Star Trek captain.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

WATCH: Trek's Replicator Nearing Reality

Star Trek’s replicator is this-close to becoming a reality. Right now, 3-D printers print objects layer by layer, a time-consuming process, particularly when larger objects are involved. Enter the scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, wh

Entertainment | Movies & Television

How horses and e-bikes help William Shatner stay fit and creative at 87 - Los Angeles Times

Still active in show business, legendary performer William Shatner discusses a key element in his long, joyful ride: daily fitness activities.

Entertainment | ENTERTAINMENT

Jewish Actor William Shatner Talks About Facing a ‘Great Deal’ of Antisemitism as a Child

Jewish Canadian actor William Shatner opened up in a recent interview about being the target of antisemites during his childhood....

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

A Few Things Any Quentin Tarantino Star Trek Movie Is Gonna Need | WIRED

The director and J.J. Abrams are reportedly starting up a writers' room for a new voyage. Here are a few things to consider.

Miscellaneous | Other Kinds of Whatnot

The First Mashable Comic-Con Awards

From Barb to "Star Trek"—these are the events that mattered most.

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

These ER docs invented a real Star Trek tricorder

A group of doctors and engineers developed a sci-fi inspired device that can scan a patient, read his or her vital signs, and diagnose any medical problems in a matter of minutes.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

'Star Trek' at 50: How the TV series inspired a boy to become a scientist

Update on 'Boldly celebrating 50 years of 'Star Trek's' television, movies and more '

Entertainment | Entertainment

Bye Bye 'Abramsverse': Alternate 'Star Trek' Timeline Gets Official Name | Spinoff Online | TV & Film News Daily

The timeline that started with 2009's "Star Trek" and continues this year in "Star Trek Beyond" now has an official name.

Entertainment | Entertainment

Star Trek Beyond Will ‘Deconstruct’ the Star Trek Franchise

Star Trek Beyond co-star/co-writer Simon Pegg has offered new details regarding the storyline for the film, said to be a Star Trek 'deconstruction'.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Transparent Aluminum: Real, Glass-Like, See-Through Metal

Stronger than glass, various military and commercial applications for this remarkable material are already being tested. What was once used in the

Entertainment | Entertain Me

'I don’t know why he stopped talking to me'

In his new book, Leonard: My Fifty-Year Friendship With a Remarkable Man, William Shatner reflects on his 50-year friendship with his Star Trek co-star Leonard Nimoy.

Entertainment | Entertainment

Watch the official trailer for Star Trek Beyond | Polygon

Update: Paramount Pictures released the official trailer for the movie following the leaked version. Our original post follows. The trailer for Star Trek Beyond, the third in the franchise, has...

Entertainment | Entertainment

Star Trek 3 Beyond Plot Spoilers: The Mysterious Ship That Is And Is Not The Enterprise

Shooting wrapped on Star Trek Beyond in Dubai, and photos from the set provide a number of insights into potential Star Trek 3 plot spoilers.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

The Math Of Star Trek: How Trying To Solve Fermat's Last Theorem Revolutionized Mathematics - Forbes

People who, like Captain Picard, tried to solve Fermat's Last Theorem ended up revolutionizing math.

Entertainment | Entertainment

The true ethical lessons of the Kobayashi Maru test in Star Trek

Just what are cadets to learn from the Kobayashi Maru scenario in Star Trek? While it’s the perfect foreshadowing and opening for Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan, with its discussion of death and sacrifice, and is later used to show the cockiness of Kirk and the rigidity of Spock in the 2009 reboot, is there more to the test than just a narrative device?

Humor | Funny Stuff

Bank of Canada urges ‘Star Trek’ fans to stop ‘Spocking’ their fivers | Dangerous Minds

  Bank of Canada is pleading with Star Trek fans to stop “Spocking” its five dollar bills. Since Leonard Nimoy’s death, Canadian folks have been “Spocking” the hell out of the five dollar bill that features a portrait of Canada’s seventh prim

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Star Trek vs. Superman: Who's the Fastest Sci-Fi Spacefarer? (Graphic)

A new graphic pits fictional spaceships and characters against each other in races across the universe.

Entertainment | Entertainment

Star Trek superfan boldly goes where no interior decorator has gone before

A man's home is his castle, or in the case of Steve Doman, his spaceship

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Star Trek-style 'tricorders' on their way to customers | The Times of Israel

In just a few weeks, early adopters will receive the world’s first device that can scan products and provide a list of ingredients, components, materials, and other important information about food, pharmaceuticals, plants, and much more.

Architecture & Interior Design | Architecture and Design

Wealthy Chinese 'Star Trek' fan builds company headquarters in shape of USS Enterprise - May. 26, 2015

NetDragon has built a $100 million headquarters in the shape of the USS Enterprise in China's

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Has NASA Really Created A Warp Drive? | IFLScience

Forget blowing bubbles, NASA may be on the path to discovering warp bubbles that will open up every corner of the universe for human exploration. We have broken the speed of sound, but now NASA scientists are tentatively announcing they may have broken t

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

A Year On, SCiO Is On Its Way To Revolutionizing Our Interaction With The Physical World

A year ago, Consumer Physics shattered all crowd funding expectations with the launch of their cutting edge pocket spectrometer named ScIO.

Science & Technology | Technology

​Unlock the secret Spock emoji in iOS 8.3 - CNET

Apple has added support for a Vulcan salute emoji on iPhones and iPads, but you won't find it on the emoji keyboard.

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

Simon Pegg: Star Trek 3 Will Be True to the TV Show

It sounds as though Simon Pegg is set to steer Star Trek 3 closer to the original TV series - but is that a good thing?

Entertainment | Entertainment

‘Star Trek 3′ Returning The ‘Spirit’ of Original TV Series

'Star Trek 3' star and co-writer Simon Pegg says the movie will be a return to the TV series' original 'optimism' and sense of adventure.

Entertainment | Film

Leonard Nimoy remembered as 'more than Mr. Spock' as celebrities react - LA Times

In the wake of Leonard Nimoy 's death Friday at his home in Bel-Air, celebrities remembered the 83-year-old not only as the iconic Mr. Spock character he'd originated on "Star Trek" but also as a great friend.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Stars React to Leonard Nimoy's Death

Hollywood is mourning the loss of Leonard Nimoy.  The beloved actor, who was best known for his r...

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

Spock - Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan

Captain Spock (Leonard Nimoy) gives the ultimate sacrifice for his friends.

Entertainment | Entertain Me

Leonard Nimoy, Spock of ‘Star Trek,’ Dies at 83 - NYTimes.com

In addition to acting, Mr. Nimoy directed films; published poetry, autobiographies and books of photography; and recorded music.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Scientists Create Water-Based Tractor Beam That Can Control Floating Objects

From Yahoo News: Physicists at Australian National University have taken a bold step toward “Star Trek” tech with their latest invention — a water-based tractor beam that could eventually be used to clean up oil spills and control floating objects.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

How Much Would It Cost to Build the Starship Enterprise?

So you want to build the Enterprise. Don't we all! Well good news: according to some quick, messy, napkin math, it's possible. Kind of. The bad news? It's going to be stupid expensive. But not unfathomably so! Start scrounging up your space-pe

Science & Technology | Tech

How today’s technology is rapidly catching up to 'Star Trek'

Science fiction is quickly becoming science reality. Many of the technologies that we saw in

Politics | Climate Change

Al Gore Denounced in Australian Press as Money Hungry 'Ferengi' for Suspicious Mining Magnate Alliance

Imagine if in America there were a coal mining magnate as famous as Donald Trump who was the founder of a political party named after himself (Trump United Party?). In addition, this well known person would be strongly opposed to a carbon tax. Obviously s

Entertainment | Entertainment

Director Bob Orci Says ‘Star Trek 3′ Story Is Part of the 5-Year Mission

'Star Trek 3' director Roberto Orci talks about the future of the starship Enterprise, teasing new antagonists on the crew's 5-year mission.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Everything I Needed To Know About Social Media I Learned From Star Trek - Jeffbullas's Blog

Ever noticed how many business owners look at social media as if it were from space? Here are lessons from Star Trek that I have applied to social media

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Boeing's New Space Capsule Is Straight Out Of 'Star Trek'

Boeing's new space capsule will rocket crews to the International Space Station in style.

Science & Technology | Tech

Flying Cars and Tricorders: How Sci-Fi Invented the Present

From Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein to George Orwell’s 1984 to Spike Jonze’s Oscar-nominated Her, artists have imagined what the future will look like. In this week’s episode, Kurt Andersen explores how science fiction has shaped the

Science & Technology | Science & Space

Star Trek 'tractor beam' created by scientists

A team of scientists has created a real-life miniature tractor beam - as featured in the Star Trek series - in a development which may lead to more efficient medical testing.