Mike Brown is a London-based journalist who covers innovation.
Mike holds a BA in English from Queen Mary, University of London, and an MS in journalism from Columbia Journalism School. His work has featured in CityMetric, International Business Times, Neowin.net, Building Magazine, and more. He has also made guest appearances on CBC Radio, Cheddar, Good Day New York, Trailblazers, and more.
Beyond journalism, Mike has a passion for cycling, travel, and languages. He hosts meetup events for Duolingo Norwegian learners and is learning Chinese.
SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy Just Launched What May Be the World’s Most Powerful Satellite
But it’s no longer considered the mightiest rocket.
SpaceX Starship Has Successfully Fired Enough Engines for Liftoff
SpaceX plans to send the Starship to orbit...at some point.
How a sand-guzzling box could power a future city on the Moon
TerraBox’s solar power technology could solve our energy problems on and off Earth.
Tesla Solar Roof: One year on, an owner reveals what it’s really like to live on solar
Elon Musk wants to make your roof your own mini-grid.
SpaceX Starlink: New price strategy, speed, order details for the internet service
Starlink could offer high-speed internet to those that need it most.
Artemis I's biggest test yet: What to know about the modified plans
The first steps are set.
SpaceX Mars City: Why, when, and how Elon Musk wants to build his ambitious plan
Musk plans to build a self-sustaining city on Mars.
Why Polestar's controversial "moonshot" electric car plan just might work
Polestar aims to produce the world's first climate-neutral car. COO Dennis Nobelius explains how the company plans to produce its ambitious vehicle.
This is when we may finally achieve fusion energy — a Holy Grail of clean power
Humanity needs to transition to clean energy. Could fusion hold the answer? This innovative means of generating electricity is essentially the opposite of nuclear fission.
Axiom Space Ax-1: Launch date, mission plans, and what comes next
Axiom Space has bold plans to send private citizens into space, as a stepping stone to developing a complete private space station.
It's open! Images show moment NASA cracks into 50-year-old Moon rock sample
A tube sample, collected during the 1972 Apollo 17 mission, has finally been opened. The lunar core sample, dubbed 73001, was opened at the Johnson Space Center.
Tesla Cybertruck: Price, specs, release plans for the delayed 2023 EV
See you in 2023?
Blue Origin New Glenn: Specs, power, and updated launch window for giant rocket
Blue Origin is planning to launch the New Glenn rocket to orbit. Here's what you need to know about it.
Blue Origin's biggest rocket launch yet just got delayed — here's what it means
Blue Origin's plan to launch a giant new rocket is unlikely to unfold this year.
War in Ukraine forces Starlink competitor OneWeb to use SpaceX for launches
SpaceX has entered into an agreement to start launching satellites for a competitor to Starlink.
NASA SLS vs Starship: Size, launch price, thrust, and capabilities for the ambitious rockets
Here's how NASA’s giant rocket compares with SpaceX's Starship rocket.
Behold! Colossal NASA SLS Moon rocket revealed in full for the first time
NASA rolled out the rocket that will power its Artemis missions, giving the public a glimpse at the sheer scale of the agency's ambitious space launch vehicle.
Spotted: Webb Telescope photobombs an European space observatory's deep space image
The James Webb Space Telescope is a landmark in humanity's space exploration. Here's what you need to know about the European Space Agency’s latest photo.
NASA Lunar Gateway: Launch window, specs, and orbit of the Moon’s space station
This is huge.
Blue Origin NS-20: Pete Davidson is going to space — what you need to know
Jeff Bezos' spaceflight firm Blue Origin is gearing up to send more passengers into space.