Imperial College London announced that one of its scientists has won a grant from the European Research Council (ERC) to further his research into cost-effective redox flow batteries.
A world-first ongoing study into the effect of digital technology on children will be undertaken at Australia’s Queensland University of Technology (QUT).
Israeli researchers developed efficient, inexpensive, environmentally-friendly and safe hydrogen production technology.
Israeli researchers have produced female monosex crayfish for biological pest control, without their environmentally harmful reproduction.
Scientists in the United States and Republic of Korea developed a device that can control neural circuits in animals with a tiny brain implant controlled by a smartphone.
The Chinese and American scientists have engineered a small cockroach-inspired soft robot that can move nimbly and withstand the weight of an adult footstep.
Recent research in Norway showed that reading from mobile and computer screens has negative impact on one’s concentration and patience.
Fifth-generation cellular networks will stretch across most of the industrialized world within a few years.
Research of the University of Michigan (UM) has shown that individually human develops emotional, trusting relationships with robotic technology, and the groups that work with robots develop attachments that affect team performance.
Researchers have developed and tested a machine-learning driven robot to identify and harvest iceberg lettuce.