Technology

17 November 2015

When we save something on the cloud where is it actually kept and how much energy is needed to keep it there?

17 November 2015

How much of our personal data are we sharing and should we be doing something to keep it more private?

09 November 2015

Tomorrow's Engineers Week aims to inspire the next generation of engineers.

02 November 2015

A way of moving objects from a distance with the use of sound waves has been revealed...

02 November 2015

When you take into account everything, from construction to battery recycling, are electric cars any greener?

02 November 2015

Pit an electric Tesla against a petrol car in a time trial and who will win? The bets are on...

02 November 2015

A chemical breakthough could enable batteries to store five times more energy than today's models, transforming...

02 November 2015

Electrifying vehicles may be one way to clean up our act but what can we do about our current stock of cars? Turn them...

27 October 2015

Human space travel is dangerous and expensive but its ability to inspire justifies the costs...

27 October 2015

What did the moon landings teach us about why humans go to space?

27 October 2015

Is science a good enough reason to send humans to Mars? Or are robots safer and cheaper?

27 October 2015

All month The Naked Scientists have been on a mission to Mars but what have we learnt?

19 October 2015

Could synthetic biology allow colonists to grow their own food, oxygen or even rocket fuel using bacteria?

19 October 2015

How would Martian settlers diagnose illnesses without the luxury of hospital equipment?

13 October 2015

Is winning the Nobel Prize everything its cracked up to be?

12 October 2015

There's the radiation, the microgravity and even sound waves to think about when sending humans to the Red Planet.

06 October 2015

How the magnetic properties of galfenol can be used to send super fast signals and protect passengers in car crashes.

06 October 2015

It takes more than just the individual to get an astronaut into space, who are the unsung heroes of space travel?

29 September 2015

The University of Oxford have announced their role in the European Extremely Large Telescope, and it's going to...

21 September 2015

A new advance in technology could bring us another step closer to real life invisibility cloaks.

14 September 2015

Fakes cost economies billions, but this could be about to change with the development of a 3D bar code.

08 September 2015

The iridescent wings of a tropical butterfly could hold the key to developing new highly, selective gas detection...

08 September 2015

A prototype, 3D-printed robotic hand that can be made faster and cheaper than current prosethetics has won the UK leg...

07 September 2015

Pupils will soon be sending mini-computers up onto the borders of space to collect data for their own analysis...