Research and Development
Japanese electronics manufacturer, Panasonic, has announced that it plans to release one of the world’s first mechanical exoskeletons.
Lorati, a Taiwan-based biotechnology and skincare company, today announced that it has successfully developed nano-medication, which can effectively inhibit HIV-1 viral replication.
Hyundai-Kia America Technical Center and Mojo Mobility, a wireless power technology company, have been awarded a funding grant to research and develop a system capable of wireless fast charging of an electric vehicle.
In less than a week (July 20) Californian customers will be able to request their own Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle.
Google has announced that testing of its self-driving cars has commenced in Austin, Texas, taking along two of the latest Lexus RX450h SUV’s equipped with the technology.
Chinese state media has announced that the country’s military is looking to build its own long range strategic bomber.
An all-electric aircraft designed by Airbus has flown across the English Channel as part of a showcase of the company’s new technology.
Lockheed Martin delivered the 100th interceptor for the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system in a recent ceremony at the company’s Troy, Alabama, facility.
Nasa has selected seven technology proposals for continued study under Phase II of the agency's Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) Program.
The UK Space Agency has published its National Strategy for Space Environments and Human Spaceflight, ahead of British ESA astronaut Tim Peake’s maiden voyage – expected in December 2015.