It’s said that automation will threaten more than 800 million jobs worldwide by 2030, including in higher education.
These are the workplace benefits that employees in America want the most, according to new research.
Scientists at Tel Aviv University have 3D-printed a small heart using human tissue.
Scientists have figured out a way to feed electricity to microbes to grow truly green, biodegradable bioplastics, according to a new study.
The scientists found a way to use a certain kind of bacteria from sulfurous springs to convert Martian soil into nutrient-rich dirt in which grapes or other plants could grow.
Many services start to unravel in the face of last-mile challenges. But there’s an important role for technology to play.
A global network of telescopes identified the black hole by its glowing halo - a ring of radiation and matter hurtling around the event horizon.
The new method can draw the HIV virus out of hiding, and then eliminate it permanently. It could be the first step to developing a vaccine.
A UN-backed partnership will study the futuristic prospect of floating cities, looking at how platforms at sea might help bail out coastal cities at risk of flooding due to climate change.
Researchers have created a metallic wood that could form highly-durable smartphones and cars light enough to float on water.
Strike a pose! In the future you might be wearing clothes made from food waste.
The second largest economy globally has legal innovations the world should hear about. In enhancing access to justice, China is developing a vibrant emerging market for “lawtech” or “lega...
Data centres could be the Gulf’s new refineries. But the region must put the right support systems, regulations and access to funding in place, writes Khalid Rumaihi.
The adaptability and resilience of informal housing around the world could provide a useful model for fast-growing cities – if we can solve some of its problems, too.
As prices for energy storage systems drop, a growing number of homeowners in Germany are installing batteries to store solar power.