The vision of a world in which everyone lives longer and better is attractive – but for societies the changes will be over-whelming. An ethicist and a sociologist discuss the implications.
Life spans in the developed world have doubled over the past two centuries — and scientists are working hard to decipher the code of aging.
Victor Henning and two business-school pals describe how they’ve accidentally made science fun.
Everyone has heard of Uber and AirBnB, but they are not the only game in town. Some platforms are purely altruistic, some very capitalistic.
Is France ready? One winery has taken the plunge, using real-time sap flow measurements to more accurately manage the irrigation of its vines.
Can you clean up litter and house people with one idea? Yes, says an innovative Danish student.
Prudent plan B or desperate measure?
A French farmer considers Twitter a fabulous way to forge a connection between farmers and consumers.
To improve crop yields, the agricultural world is turning to such cutting-edge technologies as drones, robots and networked sensors.
Age is so much more than years elapsed since your date of birth.
Once seen as a “towering lunacy”, vertical farms are all the rage from the U.S. to Europe to Asia.
Daria Tataj, founder and CEO of the Warsaw-based consultancy Tataj Innovation, explains the reasons for Poland’s success.
Computer-science wizard Frederic Jacobs creates a new app that makes cryptography seamless and freely available to millions of mobile users