Childbirth may be the most important event in a mother’s life, but it can also be the most traumatic. Technology can help.
Inspired by insect wings, a new type of drones draws on the advantages of both stiff and flexible structures.
Many people are allergic to strawberries and tomatoes, especially if they have been diagnosed with birch pollen allergy.
With robo-advisors and improved regulation, machine learning could make financial systems friendlier and more rewarding.
By providing regulators with better tools, Mathieu Rosenbaum hopes to create healthier markets.
The procedure has advantages as well as downsides. Science can help mothers decide what is best for them.
Thanks to a software developed by an EPFL spin-off, bicycle engineers can quickly calculate the most aerodynamic shape for a bike.
In the fight against mobile banditry, the police, together with Eindhoven University of Technology, are going to do a trial with data correlation.
Genetic engineering is developing on human embryos, raising both hopes and ethical concerns.
A Danish-developed X-ray microscope reveals novel dynamics in the material barium titanate, which is used in phones, cars, and computers.
As environmental pressure increases, industry is responding with innovative products made from organic sources and more responsible use of plastics derived from petroleum.
The greater the similarity of newly appointed CEOs to their predecessors, the more likely they are to change the company’s strategy.
Women who want to delay their pregnancies can now freeze their eggs effectively and safely. But success is not guaranteed.
The laminated wood from the manufacturer used as acoustic panel. What to do with 9,000 tonnes of wood chips, which is a by-product of a large-scale production of glued laminated wood for furniture, windows, staircases, etc.?
Births are falling across the continent – although not in France. Why do women working in tech have fewer kids? And why are there more premature births?