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Italian researchers build first hydrogen-powered house in Europe
This student house in southern Italy is powered by hydrogen fuel cells - a first as Europe tries to reduce its carbon emissions and reliance on traditional energy sources.
Hong Kong's Science Park: the power of collaboration
The fight against Alzheimer's disease is just one of many innovative projects of the Hong Kong’s Science and Technology Parks research clusters known as InnoHK. Combining innovation and entrepreneurial spirit with the collaboration of the world's scientific community.
Can robots trick us by acting like humans?
The researchers have found that subtle behaviours could potentially help robots interact better with humans in the future.
Can AI boost drug discovery? We're one big step closer
The French-American unicorn Owkin has shown its machine learning tool can get fiercely competitive drugmakers to share research data while protecting their secrets.
Moderna seeks emergency approval for COVID vaccine in kids under 6
Moderna’s COVID vaccine is around 44 per cent effective for children aged 6 months to 2 years old, early clinical trial results show.
French minister calls for new EU vaccine funding agency after COVID
France’s industry minister said Europe could learn from a similar US agency which has funded private research into vaccines.
Scientists have created invisible solar panels which look like windows
Could this be the future of renewable energy in domestic settings?
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Euronews assembles a panel of climate scientists who need your help to crack the toughest puzzles out there today
Invasive plants could be turned into textiles, research shows
A laboratory in Marseille, France is looking for ways to mix design and biology.
UK signs new deal for 60 million doses of potential COVID-19 vaccine
The world’s wealthiest countries are pre-ordering hundreds of millions of doses of potential vaccines – but there is no certainty any of them will effectively protect against COVID-19.
European researchers in shock as EU leaders cut funds for innovation
EU leaders have slashed the Horizon 2020 funding destined for research and innovation — a decision deemed short-sighted by researchers for the future productivity and creativity of Europe.
Engineers and developers join forces in bid to find COVID-19 solutions
Meet the Lithuanian start-up developing an app that will link volunteers with elderly people in need during the coronavirus lockdown.
An innovation fund could be the best way to cut maritime carbon emissions ǀ View
At the International Chamber of Shipping, we recognise that we have to act, and that’s why, in December, we took steps to play our part in addressing the climate crisis. We submitted a proposal for a research and development (R&D) fund, the likes of which have never been seen before.
High-tech Start-Ups in Croatia: Rimac Automobili pushing electric car limits
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
Finding gold in the gutters of Brussels
Most of us might think sewage is just a waste product, but a group of scientists in Belgium are seeing it very differently. They've launched a project to recover precious metals like gold and silver from what we're all flushing away.
Could cashew nuts be the future of environmentally friendly sunscreen?
'Green scientists' in Johannesburg, South Africa have discovered a way to make eco-friendly sun-blocking products from the shells of cashew nuts.