Benefiting from the advantages of new digital technology is something that many people now see as an important right. But how do we reassure those
European politicians and internet experts are increasingly talking about the importance of what they refer to as our ‘digital rights’. To raise
At a unique maintenance depot in the southner English town of Eastleigh, a European research project is underway to help reduce the number of
Nineteen-year-old Marius Ciustea suffers from paraplegia after a recent skiing accident. He is now paralysed from the waist down.
In recent times
When the Cerqueglini family come 170 kilometres to Rome, they are not in the Italian capital just to see the sights. Their son Giordano has a disease
German hacker group the Chaos Computer Club (CCC) have reportedly cracked the iPhone fingerprint scanner, just two days after Apple launched the
In the north western corner of Serbia lies Bac Fortress.
It’s a XIV century castle – now considered a national heritage monument – which was
Microsoft Corp said on Friday that Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer would retire within the next 12 months, once it has selected a successor
Newcastle, the United Kingdom. This is where Sugata Mitra, this year’s TED award winner lives and teaches. Thanks to him, millions of children in the
Education is evolving fast, with new technologies and teaching techniques emerging to meet the needs of the modern world, and many teachers are
Flying machines are becoming smarter and more affordable: they are able to navigate in 3D and handle easy tasks by themselves.
Will these drones
A video has emerged on YouTube of what could be the first homemade all-plastic rifle to be constructed using a 3D printer.
The video appears to
In a decision that could reshape how books are sold on the Internet, a federal judge ruled that Apple Inc conspired to raise the retail prices of
It is all around us. But most of the time, you can’t see it. And there is a good reason why scientists are currently focusing their research efforts
Everyday, millions of people experience increasingly complex and intrusive security checks before they board for their flight.
In western Norway, scientists are testing autonomous devices that can detect and understand what is happening underwater.
Kyle Zhang, who is a
In the modern world education is increasingly technological. From sophisticated robotics engineering to tablets in schools, all around the world
We seem to be moving closer to a world where every aspect of our lives is recorded, whether we like it or not. And once our data is shared on the
The brain controls our thinking, feelings and movements and a new exhibition in southern France aims to reveal some of its secrets.
The precious relics on show in our museums provide us with a unique connection to the past which might otherwise be lost.
But these remains are
Could machines learn to walk? Legs have their advantages, especially on uneven terrain, but scientists have struggled for years to find a way to
Mussel farming is one of Europe’s major shellfish industries, with total net production averaging around 500,000 tonnes per year, and with the
There are around 1.5 million sporting facilities in Europe helping people have fun, stay healthy, and have fun.
But places like gyms, swimming
In today’s competitive world of education, universities are having to change and innovate. The creation of ‘Massive Open Online Courses’ or MOOCs
New technology for water purification has been developed based on UV-LED and photocatalysis.
The water purification device is the work of a
Dams that protect urban areas from flooding sometimes fail, resulting in catastrophic damage. But what can be done to prevent such