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.
The shared economy is disrupting traditional industries and making conventional companies rethink their business model. But innovation based on the shared economy alone is not sufficient...
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.
A new book looks at some of the things you might not have known about Silicon Valley.
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Europe is a research powerhouse and a global leader in high-quality science but is falling behind its international counterparts in entrepreneurship and investment.
Kinetic energy goes electric
Bill Gates said at a discussion with Lin-Manuel Miranda that he thinks future entrepreneurs should go into science.
With the waters set to rise, architects are creating a housing proposal to withstand environmental changes.
A huge increase in spending on research and development is just one of the reasons China is becoming a scientific and technological superpower.