Museums have generally engaged very little with NFTs, with researchers attributing the decision to the complication of the digital assets and the financial return for institutions.
This plant protein has a unique appeal, because it mimics flank steak, whereas other beef alternatives have mostly been limited to ground beef dishes like burgers.
Some teachers found that the pandemic pushed them to problem-solve and do things differently. We need to encourage innovation by giving them more agency.
Companies including Reebok are developing sustainable footwear made from plants. Here's what you need to know.
The innovation born from the pandemic has created a host of new digitally native businesses designed to meet evolving needs and new market opportunities.
Dinosaurs may have lived in social herds as early as 193 million years ago, according to a scientific discovery made in southern Patagonia.
We spoke with futurist Dr. Stuart Candy about the latest developments in the field of futures studies and how it can help solve pressing global challenges.
New technology in African agriculture can make smallholders' jobs much easier. Apps like HelloTractor and DigiFarm give farmers access to better machinery.
James Webb was built to detect the faint infrared light of the earliest stars or galaxies and could answer key questions about how the universe began.
Two American scientists have won the Nobel Prize for Medicine for discoveries in heat and touch, and hope to develop treatments for diseases including chronic pain.
New innovations using next-gen and bio-based materials are expected to replace animal or fossil-fuel-based textiles in the fashion industry.
Climate-related events are expected to become worse in the near future and affect more people as a result of human activity.
EcologicStudio has designed a children's play centre called AirBubble which uses algae in solar-powered bioreactors to remove pollutants from the air.
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) has released its 2021 Global Innovation Index, with Switzerland topping the rankings with a score of 65.5 out of 100.
Using nanoparticles that store and gradually release light, engineers create light-emitting plants that can be charged repeatedly.