Korea’s first hydrogen taxi service took to the streets in Ulsan.
The world’s first computer chip without semiconductors
Singapore just launched a plan to fill the city with 3D-printed homes
Apple joins group devoted to keeping AI nice
The newest elements on the periodic table have just been named
Researchers have discovered a brand new mechanism that controls the way nerve cells in our brain communicate with each other to regulate learning and long-term memory.
Scientists May Have Found A Way To Unlock Spinal Regeneration in Humans
Google is working on beaming high-speed wireless internet into your home
‘Resurrection plants’ offer hope as climate turns hostile
Google’s New AI Has Learned to Become “Highly Aggressive” in Stressful Situations
An air quality-monitoring robot patrols China’s public areas.
Iowa Pipeline Leaks 140,000 Gallons Of Fuel
Brazilian Red Berries Could Hold the Key to Fighting Deadly Superbugs.
Stuck in line at airport? The humble ant can help you
This new pen digitises your notebooks as you write in them
Scientists record for the first time ever two dolphins ‘talking to each other’ like humans
China is building the largest waste-to-energy plant in the world
Innovative container ship
Stanford University scientists restore sight in blind mice using only exercise and gene therapy
Chile is producing so much solar power energy that it’s giving it away for free now
The Chef’s EcoWall Garden’s™
Green Hotel In Singapore Showcases Sustainable Architecture
Tianhe-2 or TH-2 (Chinese: 天河-2; pinyin: tiānhé-èr; literally: “Heavenriver-2”, that is, “Milky Way 2”)
Robots helping to keep Japanese farms alive and thriving
An inexpensive bipolar alkaline electrolyser
This floating solar farm can produce 20 tons of vegetables every day
Electric cables and wires 2.0
Will artificial companions be our best friend in the future?
Toyota’s new technology equals longer battery life
Wearable tech for the summer
A Japanese startup is now supplying lithium-ion batteries for Honda’s latest big motorcycles
Newly found ‘radiation clouds’ could pose extra risks to frequent flyers
EU Announces That All Scientific Articles Should Be Freely Accessible by 2020
Russia spent millions on ‘cloud seeding’ tech to prevent rain on its public holiday
A new type of Wi-Fi that uses 10,000 times less power, so your phone won’t die all the time
Food Cycler CS-10 – An Indoor Residential Composting
Johnson & Johnson Just Paid a Woman Millions in a Case Linking Talcum Powder With Cancer
Virtual Reality Business Card Will Transform Your Business
China AI patent submissions shoot up
Scientists just discovered we’ve been looking at cancer growth all wrong
The European Commission is changing the way it accounts for carbon emissions from aircraft.
Toshiba to develop machine for cutting-edge cancer therapy
Red or blue pill? Two billionaires want to help break humanity out of our giant computer matrix.
Scientists have discovered that the forces controlling the behaviour of a black hole’s event horizon are also at play in superfluid helium
Self-driving farm machinery services.