Technology and Innovation
Nissan is currently researching and developing a world-first system that will power vehicles with electricity generated from bio-ethanol.
US-based startup LiquidPiston last week unveiled a new lightweight engine delivering significant advantages over traditional designs.
Samsung Electronics has agreed to acquire public and private cloud provider, Joyent, as the South Korean technology giant attempts to boost its software and services ambitions.
Today's consumers expect products that are fast, smart and convenient, and conductive inks are delivering on those demands.
Scientists from the Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), in collaboration with Melbourne's RMIT University and the Queensland University of Technology, have demonstrated that pre-treating a battery’s lithium metal electrodes with an electrolyte salt solution extends the battery life and increases performance and safety.
Germany is set to begin introducing driverless trains within the next 5 years according to local media.
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has this week shown off a new unmanned ground combat vehicle (UGCV) to the public for the first time.
Boston Medical Center is using an innovative way to help meet its thermal energy needs.
Growth matters. Improving the way your business works means being on the lookout for ways to enhance what’s already there or to toss it for something that’s even better.
Northrop Grumman and NEC have collaborated to deliver the Japan-Cyber Operations Research, Training and Experimentation (J-Cortex) system.