A new high-tech bracelet developed by scientists from the Netherlands detects 85 percent of all severe night-time epilepsy seizures.
Start-ups are moving into educational technology. Some offer university courses while others advance company training by designing video games.
Forget the hype, quantum computing is still in its experimental infancy. Researchers must overcome five big challenges before real-world applications can emerge.
Researchers have demonstrated for the first time that quantum computers do indeed offer advantages over conventional computers.
The Fairphone is a smartphone built with “ethical” components. Now it hopes to compete with the iPhone.
Researchers from DTU Aqua are currently testing the world’s first underwater eDNA laboratory.
Automation has already eliminated numerous tasks, and now artificial intelligence will add to the carnage. Humans may have to reconsider their obsession with labour.
Swiss scientists have developed an ultra-light glove – weighing less than 8 grams per finger– that enables users to feel and manipulate virtual objects.
Plankton are affected by concentrations of oil pollution much lower than previously assumed.
Munich-based start-up Celonis helps companies refine their everyday processes.
Increasingly, organisations are using entertaining ways to train and motivate their employees.
With a new aircraft design, students from Munich managed to radically reduce energy consumption.
Dutch researchers have developed a practicable and reliable way to test for infectious diseases.
In the beginning, technology eliminated many clerical tasks. Now the danger is extending to positions that require a high level of skill.
He shares this award with Donna Strickland for developing a method for generating high-intensity, ultra-short optical pulses.
A “code” of architect genes expressed itself in specific combinations during the development of hands and fingers.
Labour-saving advances usually increase both jobs and wages, but the unequal path of change can cause major friction.