Getting in on the game
Increasingly, organisations are using entertaining ways to train and motivate their employees.
At the cutting edge of language tech
European universities and start-ups are developing translation tools that have become popular the world over.
Data scientist: the sexiest job
These modern-day alchemists spin masses of raw data into gold. Here are four reasons to become one.
Unicorns: still on the margin
Lagging behind Germany, France has produced only three start-ups valued at more than $1 billion. But it is starting to catch up.
Fun and games in Finland
Formerly home to industry giant Nokia, the country is now a leading player in mobile phone game apps. Here’s a look at what it will take to keep winning.
An expert discusses the challenges of creating a major district entirely with floating houses.
Patch me if you can
To spread viruses and malware, hackers take advantage of loopholes in IT system. Vulnerability fixes exist, but users download them all too rarely.
Six lessons from the Start-up Nation
With its 2,000 new high-tech companies, Israel has become the Silicon Valley of the Middle East.
Insects in the spotlight
Beetles, butterflies and spiders are some of the bugs that inspire engineers. What makes these insects so prone to imitation?