Investing in inventors is how some countries in the Middle East and North Africa are looking to enrich and enhance their societies.
Since the beginning of humankind, inventions have helped move civilizations forward, with many creations coming from Middle East and North Africa.
Social and technological progress is only possible thanks to the tireless efforts of researchers and inventors working to change our lives for the better.
The ceremony at Vienna's Wiener Stadthalle on Thursday saw awards given to innovators working in the fields of plastic recycling and cancer diagnostics, rechargeable battery technology, marine anti-fouling and DNA testing.
The crew sailed 90km from Helsinki to Tallinn, Estonia, in just over ten hours. The men spent the journey fishing from the comfort of the tub, although sadly their barbecue went overboard.
This is the moment new jet suits were demonstrated at a special unveiling in London.
Russian roads are famous for being hard to conquer but not when you are driving a tank. Or at least use tank tracks as does a new creation by Russian enthusiast who has upgraded a Bentley Continental GT sedan in very unusual way
A group of Guatemalan indigenous people have turned old bicycles into machines that help to protect the local environment.
French company La Barrière Automatique (LBA) has developed a retractable device that can stop a 7.5-ton truck going at 80 km/h in its tracks.
NBC Left Field and Euronews take a look at inventors who were faced with the negative consequences of their inventions, and how society today addresses new technologies ethically.
From Klingon to Dothraki, invented languages have gained popularity in recent years. One German student has created his own language called Garadálava — and he tells Euronews how it’s done.
The spoon sends signals to an app that plays an artificial flushing noise to cover up slurping noodles
A Danish inventor has been charged with murder over the disappearance of a Swedish journalist after his submarine is wrecked.
Europe acknowledges it inventors
Michael Graetzel, a leader in the field of renewable energy, has been awarded the 15th Global Energy Prize.
Much of Graetzel’s work has
On June 9, 2016 the prestigious innovation prize, the European Inventor Award, recognised inventors whose creativity and scientific skills are
The man credited with introducing the world to email and rescuing the @ sign from oblivion has died.
Ray Tomlinson passed away at the age of 74
The 10th edition of the European Inventors Awards which are presented annually by the European Patent Office in co-operation with the European