The Australian Government has this week announced plans to establish its own space agency, making up for a long-running industry deficiency.
US-based aerospace and defense manufacturer Northrop Grumman last week announced plans for a multi-billion dollar acquisition of Orbital ATK.
Australia's Swinburne University of Technology has received a record $135m industrial software grant from engineering giant Siemens to help digitalize its Factory of the Future as it moves into the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0).
This evening (Wednesday 20 September), a first-of-its-kind UK-US Science and Technology agreement has been agreed, outlining a commitment to collaborate on world-class research and innovation.
Researchers at the University Paris-Saclay are teaching robots how to show personality and emotion through touch and other senses.
German auto-making conglomerate Daimler AG has unveiled what it is billing as the world's first ever all-electric light truck.
Increased digital investments by power plant owners are expected to create significant generation efficiency gains, driving down both operating costs and CO2 emissions.
A new study has shown that more than a half of all manufacturing settings would be using wearable digital technology in just five years.
The Trump Administration in the US has blocked the sale of Lattice Semiconductor to a Chinese venture capital group.
The world’s most advanced straight-line racing car, BLOODHOUND SSC, will be driven for the first time at Cornwall Airport Newquay this October – 20 years after the current land speed record of 763mph was set.