Health and Safety
London’s iconic red double decker buses will be changed forever with the introduction of the world’s first fleet of all-electric double decker buses.
US tech company Google has admitted for the first time that one of its autonomous vehicles has caused a traffic accident.
Researchers in the US have announced a new 'DNA Trojan horse' approach for delivering anti-cancer drugs using DNA, which they believe will be significantly more effective than previous technologies.
On December 2, 2015, 14 people were killed and 22 were seriously injured in a terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California, which consisted of a mass shooting and an attempted bombing.
The US Federal Government has given the Google self-driving AI system the nod, allowing computers and software operating the self-driving cars to be considered the 'driver', raising further concerns around liability.
The ongoing Takata airbag recall, already the world’s largest, is set to get bigger following the recall of 5 million more vehicles by US regulators.
Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed a new polymer coating which can provide an early warning of structural damage and can be applied to coat metals, other polymers and glass.
A new Irish study on levels of a certain toxin in honey around the world has found Australian honey to be the world’s most contaminated.
A new report released today by Amnesty International claims that minerals used within lithium-ion batteries are often sourced from mines utilising child labour.
Elon Musk and Sam Altman have set out to create a billion-dollar not-for-profit artificial intelligence research company, with the aim of maximizing the development and safety of AI.