Research and Development
The Dutch city of Amsterdam will play host to one of the world’s first projects to develop autonomous capabilities for boats.
Melbourne scientists have made a major breakthrough in combating antibiotic resistant superbugs which threaten to be one of the greatest risks to human health in the 21st century.
A communications and information-driven renaissance is driving a resurgence in open innovation, according to global crowdsourcing company, InnoCentive.
China has successfully launched its Tiangong-2 space laboratory this week as part of its accelerating space program.
Leaders of Taiwan's machine tool industry are set to unveil a series of smart manufacturing initiatives for a range of applications during the 2016 International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS).
NASA’s first asteroid sampling mission launched into space last week, beginning a journey which could revolutionise our understanding of the early solar system.
RDM Group is set to break new ground today when it completes the UK’s first ever public demonstration of a ‘first and last mile’ fully autonomous pod.
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US aerospace and defense manufacturer Boeing is moving ahead with tests of its Blended Wing Body (BWB) design.
US-based private spaceflight company Blue Origin yesterday announced plans for its largest rocket yet – the New Glenn.