It's just 30 metres long at the moment, but offers an alternative use for plastic waste to prevent it becoming pollution.
The CERN particle accelerator began operation on September 10th, 2008.
The Thai capital is particularly vulnerable to flooding, and to make matters worse it is sinking by one to two centimetres a year.
The country's first billion-dollar company wants to make flat-pack homes global and become the IKEA of real estate.
The offshore farm is set to open in Rotterdam and is the first of its kind in the world.
China's battery capacity has experienced rapid growth.
Is infrastructure investment enough to boost Arab World economies?
A new, surprisingly simple, alternative to pumped-hydro has been developed by a start-up.
Sao Paulo faces a housing crisis - one which at current rates of progress could take more than a century to solve.
The discovery could have implications for nano materials, multifiber structures or microtubules in cells.
Due to their growing popularity, electric cars could make the price of cobalt, a crucial component in batteries, skyrocket.
Since 1958, the space agency has been making history as it pushes the boundaries of what humans can achieve.
Researchers and designers are increasingly exploring wood as a building material - even in large-scale projects.
NASA's new Parker Solar Probe is scheduled to take off for the Sun this weekend.
The global middle class is expanding as developing countries imitate successful institutions and policies from developed nations.