Anticipating a decline in car ownership, start-ups like Bestmile and Amber plan to power seamless on-demand services
With robo-advisors and improved regulation, machine learning could make financial systems friendlier and more rewarding.
By providing regulators with better tools, Mathieu Rosenbaum hopes to create healthier markets.
Swiss start-up Ava’s wristband collects data on fertility. The goal: to help couples have a baby.
Astronomers add a piece to the puzzle of why radio telescopes keep picking up fast bursts from the universe.
Photonics may hold the answer to coping with huge volume. But a big challenge remains: converting electronic data into light on silicon chips.
As familiar encryption systems reach their limits, the strange world of particle physics offers new solutions.
While the scientific method strives for objectivity, experimental results are still prone to unconscious bias and error. The solution is replication, replication, replication.
Wood has seen a slow-paced renaissance since the early 1990s, but ambitious proposals for timber structures now seem to appear every few weeks.
A technique for turning CO2 into stone has been pioneered in Iceland, but another kind of immoveable object could prevent large-scale success.
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