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The European Commission wants to build a strong battery industry that can compete with Asia, but has it entered the game too late?
When Galileo is fully functional in 2020, it will provide the most precise navigation ever, even at the North and South Poles.
Forget the hype, quantum computing is still in its experimental infancy. Researchers must overcome five big challenges before real-world applications can emerge.
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As environmental pressure increases, industry is responding with innovative products made from organic sources and more responsible use of plastics derived from petroleum.
Europe’s new regulations protect user data. But they may also block information-sharing that affects health and safety.
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