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New research shows just how heavily influenced we are by new technology.
Antiquated record-keeping in developing countries is preventing basic immunization from reaching many children – a gap technology could fill.
Curiosity might kill the cat, but it won't kill the leader, argues this expert.
More venture capital, less labour law and a 21st-century education system are how Europe can beat the trap of falling living standards for future generations.
There are lots of opportunities - but lots of uncertainty too.
An explosion in 20th Century technologies, treatments, and other science-backed practices helped to increase global life expectancy at an unprecedented rate.
Scientists are using 'biomimicry' to pioneer new technologies based on the world around us.
Harvard Researcher Jeff Wilson has designed a home that can be stacked on top of one another, and assembled in less than a month.
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Throughout history, countless female inventors have made invaluable contributions to the world, despite facing gender-based discrimination.
The West has a productivity problem - but it can learn from China.
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