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The time has come for Europeans to stop focusing on nationality as a signifier of meaning, writes Professor Klaus Schwab.
From powering computers by thought to harvesting freshwater from the sea, find out how today’s technologies can change the world.
Andrew Maynard explores the ethical dilemmas behind this year’s list of emerging technologies.
Strong, stiff materials that are up to 99% air are well on their way to commercialization, says Julia Greer.
Sebastian Thrun explains why self-driving cars are the future and the "Holy Grail" of road safety.
Sam White explains his approach to ensuring that milk produced by off-grid communities in India is properly refrigerated and not spoiled by bacteria.