The amount that the world’s biggest companies have invested in R&D this year, 11% more than in 2017. At the top of the list: Amazon.
Kenya is brimming with innovation, hoping to establish a truly circular economy.
Online courses can broaden access to higher education. But to help African students get jobs they should be integrated with local universities.
Automation has already eliminated numerous tasks, and now artificial intelligence will add to the carnage. Humans may have to reconsider their obsession with labour.
Increasingly, organisations are using entertaining ways to train and motivate their employees.
Cycling is healthy and good for the environment – so no wonder bicycle use in some European cities has doubled since the early 2000s.
Start-ups are moving into educational technology. Some offer university courses while others advance company training by designing video games.
The Fairphone is a smartphone built with “ethical” components. Now it hopes to compete with the iPhone.
Forget the hype, quantum computing is still in its experimental infancy. Researchers must overcome five big challenges before real-world applications can emerge.
How can European countries become leaders of innovation? Two experts discuss the continent’s weaknesses and possibilities.
These modern-day alchemists spin masses of raw data into gold. Here are four reasons to become one.
As environmental pressure increases, industry is responding with innovative products made from organic sources and more responsible use of plastics derived from petroleum.
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