Even as concepts like Hyperloop emerge, European leadership is not in danger.
Lagging behind Germany, France has produced only three start-ups valued at more than $1 billion. But it is starting to catch up.
Will the US and China dominate the development of AI? President Macron has ideas that can keep Europe in the game.
As Chinese research increasingly dominates science, Danish universities have set up a centre in Beijing to foster exchanges.
A new technophile President and the inauguration of the giant Station F incubator are providing France with the visibility it needs.
Europe is often at the forefront in the fields of digital safety, antivirus protection and encryption. Here are three examples.
After testing its business model, a start-up has to begin producing regular income. This is a tricky step, and few are successful.
With its 2,000 new high-tech companies, Israel has become the Silicon Valley of the Middle East.
Building on skills honed over the centuries, western Switzerland has become a world leader in biotech.
Long known for its scientific creativity and skilled workforce, the Czech capital is redefining itself as a hub for space technology.
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