New report ranks 140 countries by their digital competitiveness. The results show that digital advances don't always come from the most obvious places.
Ingka Group, the owner of most IKEA stores, is partnering with companies to sell renewable electricity in Sweden in a bid to make IKEA 'climate positive'
From yarn that makes electricity to AI, apps and wind-powered ships, here are some clever solutions tackling the climate crisis.
Athletes competing in Japan’s COVID-delayed Olympics faced stifling heat – but some innovative technologies were deployed to help out.
Can technology pioneers usher in a cleaner, greener, future for the aviation sector?
ETH Zurich architects and engineers from the Block Research Group in collaboration with Zaha Hadid Architects 3D-printed an arched footbridge with fewer CO2 emissions.
The remarkable structural properties of the Venus’ flower basket sponge could lead to advanced designs for buildings, bridges, vehicles, and aircraft.
Before space trips become commercially available, there are important factors to consider, such as which environmental and safety laws need to be created.
The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) asked 1,600 global innovation professionals to rank the 50 most innovative companies in 2021 based on four ket metrics.
This was done through a computational model which shows the biting behavior of the 'Aedes aegypti'; a virus-carrying mosquito which causes human diseases.
Aidia Studio created the lattice design for Tulum's extreme climate, including non-mechanical ventilation to cope with the town's very hot weather.
Innovation is difficult to measure, which often means that companies don't recognise and support it. But there are a few key principles that can help
The market for connected cars is predicted to soar in the next decade. This will bring benefits to road users, to the environment, and to the car industry
A company in India has invented a solar conduction dryer which enables farmers to preserve a range of perishable goods, reducing waste as well as boosting their income.
COVID-19 has necessitated a more collaborative way of working. As we move towards recovery we outline how open data sharing can facilitate innovation.