The Fourth Industrial Revolution is a unique opportunity to fix environmental issues and redesign how we manage the environment.
Affordable technologies are allowing people to innovate in ways that were previously only available to large corporations. We must spur this on.
Scientists in Sweden have developed a new method for storing solar energy using chemical liquids.
From high-tech innovations to the little gear changes that make travel that bit easier, your commute may be about to get more interesting.
Cardiio has developed a mobile app that uses a smartphone camera to detect facial signs of a heart arrhythmia associated with strokes.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft is being destroyed to avoid accidentally crashing into and contaminating a nearby moon that may harbour alien life.
The slowdown in productivity has been accompanied by an increase in dispersion, or inequality, of labor productivity across firms.
Cheaper solar power, plenty of sun and a huge need for electricity in a country with 300 million people still lacking access, means solar energy has huge potential.
Tom Goodwin argues that digital transformation shouldn't be the role of a specific department, but rather a philosophy adopted by the whole organization.
Researchers from the Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) have transformed a spinach leaf into functional heart tissue.
An Internet of Intelligent Things could provide a new infrastructure for economic development across Africa.
Using a case study, Bryn Nelson looks at the potential of cord blood transplants in treating leukaemia patients.
At Caltech researchers have been busy developing a new strategy for scanning exoplanets for signs of life.
Switzerland's national postal service hopes for drones to regularly ship medical goods between two major hospitals by 2018.
Computer scientists at Nanyang Technological University are working on an algorithm that can reduce traffic jams through intelligent routing.