This week, hundreds of tiny worms are being launched to the International Space Station (ISS) as part of a British Space Agency-funded research project to investigate human muscle loss and how to prevent it.
The Dutch capital Amsterdam is starting to test driverless electric boats on the canals in a trial to explore their potential for tasks such as carrying passengers – easing traffic on the crowded streets – and collecting waste.
The proposed new location for an Amazon headquarters in Cape Town, South Africa, has met fierce opposition from historic and environmental activists, who are objecting to the decision to build on the sizable plot of land.
The future of a group of commercial electric van start-ups seeking investment through blank check IPOs rests largely in the hands of a small group of large companies, notably UPS, FedEx, DHL and Amazon.
Huawei has started rolling out HarmonyOS, the internal operating system for smartphones that was developed as a replacement for Android after being banned from using it.
This is what the Huawei P50 is like: its striking design is confirmed and its release date is still up in the air, according to Huawei
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have developed P-Flash: a tool that predicts and warns the deadly phenomenon of flashover in burning buildings. The tool can work even after heat detectors begin to…
Scottish scientists have used a four-legged robotic dog as part of research into how the technology could help people who work in hazardous environments.
The owner of B&Q and Screwfix has said it will borrow £550 million under a deal that will cut interest rates if it successfully cuts its carbon emissions.
A congressional report accused the US Department of Commerce of failing to do its part to protect national security and keep sensitive technology out of the hands of the Chinese military.