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.
Xinhua News Agency has unveiled two new digital avatars of newsreaders - powered by AI.
A team from Chalmers University of Technology has invented a liquid isomer to store and release solar energy.
Scientists at the Large Hadron Collider think they might have discovered a new particle, which if confirmed would have major implications.
Bill Gates brought a jar of human waste to an event in China showcasing the results of his Foundation's challenge to find a new way of dealing with our waste.
Two conditions are absolutely necessary to make a disease eradicable.
In the growing field of venomics, scientists are using deadly venoms from frogs, snakes and centipedes to block pain, fight disease and even map the human mind.
MIT researchers have developed a fleet of autonomous drones that they believe will be capable of maneuvering between trees and helping in search and rescue efforts.
Innovation doesn't just have the potential to benefit the rich, used properly it can boost development and prosperity around the world.
Researchers from Ghent University have managed to store digital information in fine powder.