Could drones be the key to supporting other conservation efforts in remote locations?
Virtual tech solutions are on the rise as coronavirus prevents students from travelling to their graduation ceremony.
Researchers in Rennes are developing a new digital system to detect infections in premature babies and help safeguard them.
Precision Farming - or Smart Farming - is aimed at better targeting of resources to the individual animal or crop to avoid waste and improve results and welfare. The sector is set to double by 2025.
Researchers believe the technology behind a pilot reactor, that´s already able to absorb 5% of a cement factory's total carbon dioxide emissions, could contribute to reaching a target of 80% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions in Europe by 2050.
Horizon 2020 funds from the European Commission are changing the face of innovation at the Unversity of Latvia in Riga.
Engineers and researchers working in tandem have developped a robotic prosthetic that closely imitates the 'natural architecture' and synergy of the hand.
With consumers throwing away perfectly good food that's gone past its sell-by date, it's hoped these these silicon sensors will be able to say for certain whether it's off without even opening the packet.
Business Line looks at the impact of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data on the healthcare sector, how the Covid-19 coronavirus is causing ripples on the Chinese stock market and the way India has plugged into the electric vehicle market
Rimac Automovili, just outside the capital Zagreb, has more than 600 employees, half of them are engineers, designing and building hyper sports cars as fast as a bullet train
The innovation project 'Insension' is being developed to give people with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities (PIMD) a new way of communicating.
Business Planet travels to Dublin to see how one innovative firm's AI tech is offering children immersive play and learning experiences through voice recognition technology.
Business Planet speaks to the man working to foster Europe's tech talent.
Arab Health 2020 has showcased the latest technological and artificial intelligence innovations for medical fields from cardiology to radiology, with the aim of reducing surgical errors and waiting times.
From disease prevention and detection to stemming the outbreak of illnesses like the coronavirus. The 45th edition of Arab Health shows how advancements in Artificial Intelligence are transforming healthcare as we know it.
A 19th Century abbey in the Netherlands has become a case study on how to better manage water resources in 21st Century Europe.
Even though it’s one of Europe’s fastest growing capitals, Stockholm plans to be carbon negative by 2040.
Scientists at the Kraken project in Zaragoza, Spain, are hoping the 3D printer robots can improve the competitiveness of European automotive, aeronautical and construction industries.
A futuristic wearable anti-pollution mask has been presented at CES.
Thousands of tech companies are in Las Vegas for the annual CES event, a world stage showcasing the innovations of tomorrow.
From aiding humans in space, to teaching us how to play better ping pong, it seems the robots of 2019 really just want to help
Known for its spectacular beaches, iconic skyline and lively summer life, Benidorm is on a mission to improve its sustainability and inclusion.
The first Digital Next Summit has opened in Abu Dhabi, in the United Arab Emirates, gathering government leaders, advisors and experts to examine the use of digital technologies in the public and private sectors.
An innovative project combines old-fashioned storytelling with digital technology in Estonia and Latvia to kindle a new love of books among kindergarten children.
Liquid windows and the energy-efficient buildings of tomorrow
Cities of the future: Dreaming of a smart urban revolution