Health and Safety
A project by The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), including journalists from the BBC, ABC, and the Guardian, has discovered that the deaths of more than 80,000 people globally in the past decade, could be linked to dangerous medical devices.
2017 was officially the safest year on record for the operation of commercial passenger aircraft according to a newly-released tally of accidents.
A large number of factories in the People's Republic of China have faced shutdowns in recent months as new anti-pollution measures begin to be enforced.
Japanese metals manufacturer Kobe Steel has been embroiled in an ongoing scandal relating to admissions that they had sold products with misstated quality.
The US House of Representatives has passed new legislation which serves to loosen the regulations on autonomous or 'self-driving' vehicles operated within the country.
A team of scientists has seen success growing vaccines in plants which have been 'hijacked' to produce new compounds.
Australia's Environment Ministers resolved today to consider new laws to require battery manufacturers to collect and recycle used batteries.
A European study into the effects of pesticides on bee colonies has shown a conclusive link between the use of certain chemicals and bee population decline.
US metal products manufacturing company Arconic (formerly Alcoa) has come under scrutiny over the role of one of its products in the fatal Grenfell Tower fire in London.
An ICON A5 aircraft crashed in unclear circumstances during a test flight last month resulting in the deaths of both of its passengers.