New research shows young people would be willing to reduce their yearly earnings by more than Generation X.
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.
Researchers have claimed that the study published in July 'strongly overestimates' the impact of restoring forests.
It is time to test how addicted you are to the digital world.
Explosives training has always been a dangerous undertaking for security workers, but a special substance is designed to make officials and passengers safe
Roya Aghighi's biogarmentry is made from cells that photosynthesise as you wear them.
5,000 years ago, ancient Egyptians cultivated the chicory plants which are not only beautiful but health boosting. And even today, the plant’s healing qualities are still revealing themselves.
Many of the greatest challenges facing the world today revolve around sustainable energy: how to create it, how to store it, and how to use it most efficiently.
Increasing agricultural production, living in more environmentally friendly buildings and on a more human scale are the goals of various technology projects in Serbia and Slovenia.
Experts sound alarm over rising microplastics in Mediterranean Sea
The technology to stop lightning killing people and causing damage has not advanced much in three centuries. Scientists are working to change that.
Researchers for the European 'Saltgae' project are demonstrating how algae can cut the costs of treating polluted water- and do it in a sustainable way.
The CRISPR-Cas9 technique may be able to help eliminate HIV, new research has shown.
Social and technological progress is only possible thanks to the tireless efforts of researchers and inventors working to change our lives for the better.
A European research project in Kista in Sweden is working on a new instrument. The X-Mine European project hopes to reduce costs and time by using scanners and 3D technology.
In the ranking of the highest mean BMIs of countries in Europe, Turkey came top and Switzerland saw the lowest score
New psychoactive substances (NPS) are designed to mimic the effects of illegal narcotics such as cannabis, cocaine or heroin. Despite this, they are often not illegal and can be cheaply purchased online.
Researchers are preparing a set of practical recommendations for policymakers and the industry on mitigating climate change effects. They’re also preparing a software tool that helps to manage fish stocks more efficiently.
The European Commission Joint Research Centre (JRC) is developing Certified Reference Materials (a “CRM”) to check pesticides in foods. A CRM is a measurement standard supporting laboratories to check the quality of their measurement methods.
Simbakubwa kutokaafrika had a skull the length of a rhino’s and canines the size of bananas.
Futuris meets the researchers attempting to store energy at ultra high temperatures.
Scientists at a European research project called CHASSY are determined to replace petrochemicals in our medicines, cosmetics, plastics and fuels with yeast derivatives.
Smart Regions meets the experts digitising and preserving millions of books in order to safeguard Slovakia's cultural heritage.
In this episode of Futuris, Euronews' Julian Gomez travels to Italy to look at a European research project that's attempting to find a cure for the deadly olive tree disease Xylella Fastidiosa.
In this episode of Futuris, Euronews' Denis Loctier looks at a new EU funded research project developing new tools to measure toxic particles emitted by cars.
Could Microalgae change food and cosmetics industries?