A new type of material known as a geopolymer provides sturdy building blocks, without contributing to climate change.
The number of British employees who work while sick has tripled since 2010, according to a new report. What's causing this growth in presenteeism?
New technology can be embraced or feared, but Asia stands to gain a lot by truly embracing tomorrow's inventions.
The global plastics problem requires some innovative solutions - including edible bags.
Sensors in caps and hats track emotions in the workflow - and their impact on performance.
These new microchips could make sending data faster and use less energy.
It sorts and extracts reusable parts from previous generations of iPhone.
A recent tweet from Elon Musk captured a recent shift in priorities for the tech industry.
The US still produces most of the world's cutting-edge research – but not so many of its cutting-edge products. It needs to relearn the art of translating innovative ideas into reality.
After 25 years as a professor of theoretical physics at the City College of New York, Michio Kaku has a unique perspective on the future.
To take advantage businesses, buildings, and infrastructure will need to be re-configured - and we'll have to stop getting distracted at work.
You're probably familiar with fiberglass insulation, the bright pink material that lines the walls of so many homes. But what about stone wool insulation?
The robot has started dishing up meals at a restaurant in California.
Philip K. Dick's acclaimed novel 'Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?' highlights empathy as the key difference between man and machine, but will that be the case for long?
The toy giant is developing more sustainable products.