A next-generation supercomputer is set to be installed in Bologna, Italy. The new system could help predict the weather with more accuracy, giving people a better chance of preparing for high-impact events such as windstorms or floods.
The current trade war between the U.S. and China will, like all such disputes, produce no winners.
Elaine Manton motivates girls at Loreto Grammar School for Girls and beyond to take up STEM subjects and win prizes for their innovations. She constantly refreshes the curriculum and takes inspiration from other STEM teachers around the globe.
What could billionaire Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates possibly regret? Well, a keyboard shortcut, it turns out.
Are cyber-attacks the wave of the future, or can norms be developed to control international cyber conflict?
More WannaCry victims expected as people return to work
For decades world renowned scientists, including Albert Einstein, have argued furiously about quantum physics.
Masaya Nakamura, the founder of video game company Namco, which in the 1980s released the world-famous game Pac-Man, has died at the age of 91
In the heart of Rome, at the International Academy of Music and Art, an alternative kind of music lesson is underway. Researchers are trying to
It’s what dreams are made of for any avid gamer – controlling an avatar with your body in real time. Project Anywhere is the brainchild of
Could robots and artificial intelligence one day take over the human race? Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to eradicate disease and
At euronews we have been asked to change the password of our computer.
Many of us have difficulty remembering the new password which we have to
The design lab Studio Diip in the Netherlands, has created what they claim is the first self-driving car for fish, dubbing it ‘Fish on Wheels.
From early childhood we take a pen in our hand and we write. It is a discipline that has been the foundation of compulsory formal education since the
How reliable is biometric security? Computers recognize us by our faces, voices and fingerprints, but can we trick them by pretending to be someone
Mathematician Alan Turing, who helped Britain win World War Two by cracking Nazi Germany’s “unbreakable” Enigma code, was granted a rare royal pardon