67 book lists have been mined to compile the ultimate summer reading list.
Developed in 2003 by the UN, a game simulating the fictitious country Carana is helping organisations to build skills and test approaches to combat fragility, conflict, and violence.
The fashion industry has a huge impact on the environment. But as it begins to wake up to the issue, new materials and new opportunities are being created.
A new study of two fossils found in Greece shows that one of them is the oldest Homo sapiens specimen ever found outside Africa by more than 50,000 years.
Pulling out of Europe threatens the funding and international cooperation on which cutting-edge research depends.
40 years after opening, Circus Roncalli in Germany has replaced animals in their shows with holograms, which are generated by a computer and projected into the ring, in a bid to tackle an...
As Earth-based supplies decrease, the heads of tech are turning away from our home planet and looking at space to fuel the future of industry.
Also this week: meet our 2019 tech pioneers and 10 of the world's groundbreaking young scientists.
Collaboration in workgroups is most effective when there is a good mix of different cognitive styles among participants, according to a new study.
India is a country of contrasts. It is home to a $160 billion tech services industry, while also buffeted by environmental and social challenges - and this makes it fertile ground for glo...
Huawei continues to dominate the news headlines. Here's what you need to know about the Chinese tech giant and why it’s holding the attention of consumers and policymakers alike.
Researchers from MIT and Brown University have developed Northstar, a system for interactive data analytics that runs on touchscreens.
Since man first landed on the moon in 1969, technological advances and artificial intelligence have come a long way. But at the time, the computer on the spacecraft would have had less me...
A team of researchers used machine learning to create a tool that could detect agonal breathing, which is present for about 50 percent of people who experience cardiac arrests.
Long-term scientific projects like CERN and the European fusion project ITER produce many discoveries in unexpected fields along the way.