Research and Development
Japanese automaker Toyota yesterday announced new details of its first ever commercial fuel cell vehicle (FCV).
To celebrate its return to the Goodwood Festival of Speed, Chevrolet shipped a surprise across the Atlantic for its European debut – the all-new 2016 Chevrolet Camaro.
The latest launch of SpaceX’s Falcoln 9 has ended in failure with the rocket exploding just minutes into its launch.
After more than 3 decades in the making, the latest version of the Martin Jetpack, the world’s first commercial jetpack, will be available next year from $150,000 (£95,000).
Lawmakers in Japan have launched an ambitious plan to transform the way the country uses robotic technology.
Researchers from Bristol University in the UK have announced plans to begin testing artificial blood.
Canada’s University of Waterloo is to establish a new C$10m ($8.2m) research facility which will help to develop more efficient and eco-friendly vehicles.
Luxury car company Lexus said it has partnered with world leading experts in super conductive technology to create one of the most advanced hoverboards ever developed.
BAE Systems test pilot, Pete ‘Wizzer’ Wilson has became the first pilot to launch the F-35B Short Take Off and Vertical Landing variant from a ski-jump.
PSA Peugeot Citroen and Bollore have signed a strategic cooperation agreement which will see the two companies team up to jointly produce and sell electric cars.