1. Astronomers to sweep entire sky for signs of extraterrestrial life  The Guardian
  2. SETI search of interstellar Comet Borisov finds no sign of alien 'technosignatures'  Space.com
  3. New technologies, strategies expanding search for extraterrestrial life  Phys.org
  4. The Guardian view on looking for aliens: friends in the sky?  The Guardian
  5. Did Ancient Aliens Send Us Messages Every 16 Days? Either Way It’s Time To Listen In Our Own Galaxy  Forbes
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Emerging technologies and new strategies are opening a revitalized era in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI). New discovery capabilities, along with the rapidly-expanding number of known ...

New technologies, strategies expanding search for extraterrestrial life

The Breakthrough Listen SETI project has scanned the interstellar Comet Borisov for "technosignatures" but come up empty so far.Just like 'Oumuamua.

SETI search of interstellar Comet Borisov finds no sign of alien 'technosignatures' | Space

A project called “Breakthrough Listen” is expanding its search for scientific evidence of life beyond Earth—and it's starting with star systems that can see us. A project called “Breakthrough Listen” is expanding its search for scientific evidence of life beyond Earth—and it's starting with star systems that can see us.

Did Ancient Aliens Send Us Messages Every 16 Days? Either Way It’s Time To Listen In Our Own Galaxy

The Breakthrough Listen Initiative today released data from the most comprehensive survey yet of radio emissions from the plane of the Milky Way Galaxy and the region around its central black hole, and ...

Breakthrough Listen releases 2 petabytes of data from SETI survey of Milky Way

Astronomers want more public funds to help search for intelligent life elsewhere in the universe.Astronomers want more public funds to help search for intelligent life elsewhere in the universe.

Astronomers want public funds for intelligent life search - BBC News

Scientists have launched a major new search for alien life. The new scheme uses the latest techniques to scour the skies in the hope of finding data that could be an indication of extraterrestrial intelligence. And they will also make the data from their searches available to the public in the hope that citizen scientists can spot potential evidence in what they have found.Scientists have launched a major new search for alien life. The new scheme uses the latest techniques to scour the skies in the hope of finding data that could be an indication of extraterrestrial

Scientists launch major new search for alien life in hope of finding evidence of extraterrestrials | The Independent

The Breakthrough Listen project just released two petabytes of SETI data, and anyone from scientists to coders with experience in Python and a bit of gumption can look for signs of extraterrestrial life. The Breakthrough Listen project just released two petabytes of SETI data, and anyone from scientists to coders with experience in Python and a bit of gumption can look for signs of extraterrestrial life.

Scientists Need Help Looking for Aliens in Massive New Trove of SETI Data - VICE

Scientists are ramping up their efforts in the search for signs of alien life. Experts at the SETI Institute, a US organisation dedicated to tracking extrater...Scientists are ramping up their efforts in the search for signs of alien life. Experts at the SETI Institute, a US organisation dedicated to tracking extrater...

Scientist ramp up search for Alien life | Guardian News | Nambucca Heads, NSW

Aliens might have placed a beacon in the centre of the Milky Way, in the hope that another civilisation may spot it, scientists believe.Aliens might have placed a beacon in the centre of the Milky Way, in the hope that another civilisation may spot it, scientists believe.

Aliens might have placed beacon in centre of Milky Way, say scientists

New technology is behind push to find extraterrestrials New technology is behind push to find extraterrestrials

Scientists in US ramp up search for alien life | Newshub