Climate change is the planet's biggest challenge and Artificial Intelligence (AI) could provide the right tools in the global fight.
Like so many industries around the world, manufacturing has been badly hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
It uses sunlight to convert pollutants into less harmful compounds.
Is Spain at the beginning of a food revolution?
UK-based computer chip designer ARM Holdings is being sold to the American graphics chip company Nvidia for 33 billion euros. Arm is responsible for developing the processors in most of the world's mobile phones.
Apple has become the first US company to hit the milestone as tech companies continue to thrive thanks to the global pandemic.
As technology companies race to put self-driving vehicles on the road, some Chinese companies are launching taxi pilot projects in cities.
A staggering €5 million has just been invested into sustainable food of the future.
Once a sign of progress and a success story for President Alexander Lukashenko, the Hi-Tech Park in Minsk has become a symbol of inequality amid a tanking economy.
Huawei's DigiTrucks are helping to bridge the digital divide by providing learners with skills, knowledge and positive attitudes for handling computer devices
From disinfecting Dubai's streets with drones to sanitizing gates, Sci-tech explores some of the innovative technological solutions being employed in the UAE to combat COVID-19.
Thousands of Swedes have been pioneering the use of futuristic microchips that are implanted under the skin of the hand. Now the technology could be introduced to other parts of Europe, like Italy.
Tourist attractions across the world are offering online experiences for those trapped inside by social distancing.
New tools could enable people and health authorities to track the virus using bluetooth proximity data from their smartphones.
In a task force briefing, the White House offered the first look at the statistical models being used to anticipate how the virus could spread across the U.S.