Throughout Europe, companies large and small are attacking bad habits and wasteful appliances.
Dublin’s “Silicon Docks” may be known as a welcome destination for U.S. tech giants, but the Emerald Isle has plenty of native innovation to shout about .
The recent discovery of gravitational waves has given us a completely new tool for observing the sky. Technologist spoke to some of the scientists listening for the miniscule ripples in space-time.
Amateurs can now enhance their performance and their health by using wireless devices and biosensors that monitor behaviour, environment and physiology.
Trains are particularly safe. But IT bugs and problems with the signalling systems represent a constant security threat.
Aluminium, carbon and even bamboo: sport results today depend highly on the materials.
Brewing is often considered an art. For the researchers at BeerDeCoded, it’s a serious scientific endeavour.
Computer simulations and data analysis can now help prevent injuries, while individual prostheses hasten the recovery process.
Some smaller countries are showing how efficiency-enhancing innovations can begin to shift some goods transport away from lorries.
What if your fuse box could talk to you? Created in the midst of Ukrainian turmoil, Ecoisme can analyse home energy consumption in real time.
Will autonomous locomotives one day operate outside urban areas?
A journalist explains how start-ups can improve the day-to-day existence of refugees and help make their dreams a reality.