Technology

14 June 2018

Europe’s population is ageing rapidly, yet the majority of car safety equipment is tested using dummies modelled on...

26 April 2018

Electric ferries and digital communication between ships could help in the quest to decarbonise maritime transport, a...

19 April 2018

Lightweight electric mini-cars could soon be a common sight on the streets of Europe’s cities thanks to longer-lasting...

29 March 2018

You could call it fatal attraction. Drawn by artificial lights in our brightening night-time world, animals find their...

22 March 2018

Crimes that involve chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear (CBRN) materials pose a deadly threat not just to the...

20 March 2018

How can a transaction between anonymous individuals, with no independent oversight, ever be trusted? Welcome to the...

09 March 2018

What is Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), and how can we better monitor and treat it?

01 March 2018

Married people who work from home report feeling happier than they were before doing so,

17 December 2017

There is growing evidence from scientific studies that individuals can become addicted to using social networking sites...

30 November 2017

What do the UK-based editor of a leading technology magazine and a self-taught coder from a low-income neighbourhood in...

05 October 2017

An artificial leaf that can harvest energy from the sun faster than a natural one could lead to a new generation of...

31 August 2017

Bee-based maths is helping teach swarms of drones to find weeds, while robotic mowers keep hedgerows in shape.

17 August 2017

Rght now, the human brain is the most complex structure in the known universe – but that may be about to change...

16 August 2017

Blockchain technology developed to guarantee the value of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum is now being...

11 August 2017

Microscopic structures that can bend light are helping researchers lay the foundations of an invisibility cloak.

03 August 2017

Artificial skin with post-human sensing capabilities, and a better understanding of skin tissue, could pave the way for...

12 July 2017

Fingerprint scanners are all the rage, yet new research shows that this is just the beginning of biometric...

06 July 2017

By identifying the most influential kids in small social media circles, researchers can create positive peer pressure...

29 June 2017

Extremely thin printable solar panels could power your phone and are amongst a range of new ways nanotechnology is...

22 June 2017

Everybody needs a helping hand when they get older – but in years to come that helping hand may be attached to a...

15 June 2017

An extremely sensitive radar that can detect when different parts of people’s bodies are moving at different speeds...

08 June 2017

Half of European adults are either overweight or obese. Many turn to self-help apps as a means to burn excess fat, but...

28 February 2017

We slice open an LED light bulb to see how they work and why we need them.

09 February 2017

In a world where data storage is becoming increasingly difficult, can we look within our own cells to find a solution?