New projects around the world are bringing us ever closer to the dream of achieving commercially viable fusion power.
USC researchers have potentially discovered the secret to treating paraplegic injuries using stem cells.
IBM has identified the five innovations the computer technology company believes will change our world within the next five years.
A team of scientists from Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) have discovered a new approach to producing graphene.
Decades of research into making digital imaging possible was rewarded today with the award of the £1m Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering to scientists from the UK, the US and Japan.
Mobility company, Uber Technologies, has announced today that it will partner with German automotive manufacturer, Daimler, to work on autonomous vehicles.
Warwickshire-based 3P innovation has been awarded funding from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) to bring an innovative new, infection-cutting medical device to market.
US aerospace company Boeing has this week shown off a new advanced and lightweight spacesuit design.
The world's largest nuclear fusion project, known as the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor, or ITER, has taken another step closer to completion this month.
European aerospace manufacturer Airbus Group has announced plans to develop and build practical flying cars.