Keeping the lights on while tackling CO2 emissions requires a concerted effort and a combination of tactics – and schemes such as these are leading the way.
The 10-minute game, called The Lost Foxfire, engages the player's senses of vision, hearing, smell, touch, and ability to feel heat.
Research universities play a crucial role in generating innovation-based economic growth, both through the training of scientists and engineers as well as the generation and transfer of k...
Young and tech-savvy, this wealthy city in the desert is growing at an exponential rate.
Scaling up breakthrough innovations will be key to addressing some of the biggest challenges we face. Here’s how governments can help.
Volocopter is due to launch its electric air taxis commercially in the next two years. The VoloCity has 5G capabilities to allow it to see round corners and even autonomously ask permissi...
With names including Vincent Van Goat and Selena Goatmez, the mainly Boer goats like to eat noxious weeds and other invasive species that fuel wildfires.
The project required only 15 workers and produced 60% less waste than traditional technologies.
The UAE has seen a surge in tech investment in recent years – and now Abu Dhabi has made a multimillion commitment to further boost innovation.
From limitless spider silk to vaccines, biofoundries take advantage of nature's incredible capacity for building.
“Within the blink of an eye, these flies can totally invert their body and land, which is quite spectacular,” says Jean-Michel Mongeau - an assistant professor of mechanical engineering.
Quantum computers, which work according to the strange rules of quantum mechanics, could, one day, revolutionise the world.
Climate change is the biggest global threat to the planet and its effects are especially felt in rural communities. However, tech innovation is helping to make a difference.
With political tensions at an all-time high, these iconic philosophers and authors such as Herman Melville and Friedrich Nietzsche can teach us a thing or two about modern-day society.
Shoes, lamps, a desk. These three innovative ideas could make a huge difference to the lives of the 365 million children living in extreme poverty.