Some of humanity’s greatest innovations – from vaccines to brain surgery – were pioneered by Africans.
Space technology could support small-scale farmers struggling with the impact of climate change.
The United States, India, China and others have a huge year planned for space exploration in an already packed cosmic calendar.
We need more people with disabilities, or people affected by them, developing the innovations that govern our daily lives.
It's just 60 years since the first video game was created by Atari. Now the industry is worth over $100 billion and the environments that gamers play in are hyper-realistic.
The U.S. has produced waves of invention that changed the world over almost 200 years. So what's the next big idea?
NASA’s InSight probe has landed safely on the red planet and could tell us more about the origins of our universe.
India is joining the US and China as a global front-runner in a new technological era.
A chemistry student tackles five of the most common misconceptions about chemistry, and explains how it contributes to everyday life.
The first kilogram (originally called a grave) was defined in 1793 and has undergone over 200 years of amendments.
‘Additive manufacturing’ needs to embrace change, such as sustainability and materials flexibility, if it’s going to fulfil its true potential for industry.
After more than fifty years of stargazing, debate, and controversy, scientists have confirmed the existence of two "moons" or "pseudo-satellites" made of dust orbiting the Earth.
We're one step closer to a near-limitless source of clean energy.
13-year-old Rishab Jain uses an AI-based tool, PCDLS Net, that improves pancreas tracking during radiotherapy.
Inspired by glowing jellyfish, young Spanish scientist Rubén Costa has developed BioLEDs that could help save the planet – as well as sufferers of Seasonal Affective Disorder.