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The sudden explosion in distance learning because of COVID-19 has been positive in some areas and challenging in others - but how will it be incorporated in education going forward? Focus takes a look at the background to e-learning and - and how it's working now for students, educators and adults.
Robots have been employed by surgeons in Dubai. Ai technology is used for machine learning. Robots can digest large amounts of information by watching previous operations. Using intricate algorithms the robot recognises any irregularities and informs the surgeon to aid decision making.
An American astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts returned to Earth from the International Space Station (ISS) after a six-month mission in space, launched in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak.
As more and more industries take on artificial intelligence to solve some of their biggest challenges, can machines help us understand and fix climate change issues?
The European aerospace company aims to develop the world's first zero-emission commercial aircraft by 2035.
Video game fans will face a difficult purchasing choice as the rival consoles will be released within in the same month for the same price
In the three months from June through August, average temperatures were 0.92°C above the 20th-century average, US scientists have found.
What are marine heatwaves? And how are they impacting on the previous havens of biodiversity that are corals in areas such as the Medes Islands? Climate Now investigates the serious consequences of the phenomenon for ecosystems in the Mediterranean.
In this week's episode of Futuris, Euronews' Julian Lopez travels to Iceland to meet the scientists hunting down viruses that can be used to help improve our health.
UK-based computer chip designer ARM Holdings is being sold to the American graphics chip company Nvidia for 33 billion euros. Arm is responsible for developing the processors in most of the world's mobile phones.
"There is a larger and disturbing trend where governments directly interfere with the internet, attempting to score short-term political points, without regard for the long-term damage," Konstantinos Komaitis, of the Internet Society, told Euronews.
If science was supposed to help us separate fact from fiction, why is scientific advice from experts constantly shifting when the world needs certainty the most?
What's the future for healthcare in the COVID-19 era? Watch the live debate from the European Health Parliament virtual plenary.
In this special edition of Futuris, Euronews looks at how the EU is trying to make one hundred cities carbon neutral by 2030.
NASA plans to send the first woman and next man to the lunar surface by 2024, with a goal of exploring Mars targeted for the mid-2030s.
The European Commission on Thursday unveiled plans to create domestic supply chains for raw materials, including lithium, seen as critical to the bloc's digital and green transition.
In this edition of Ocean, Euronews meets those who have been directly affected by the cod fishing ban - and explores why its stocks are in decline.
In this episode of Ocean, Euronews' Denis Loctier explores why stocks of Europe's most popular white fish is declining.
Safer and more resilient technology for expanding the use of geothermal energy in Europe is being developed and tested in Iceland. A particular challenge is developing more flexible casing for the much deeper geothermal facilities typically needed on mainland Europe.
Mounting concerns about public health are pushing cities to scrub their air clean. But just how easy is breathing fresh air again?