Yummy! Edible membranes are being used to contain water.
Driverless vehicles are being developed to be as autonomous as possible, but they can't judge actions in response to their environment as easily as humans.
Love in an elevator, livin' it up when I'm goin' down, love in an elevator, lovin' it up 'til I hit the... atmosphere?
Floating farms, brain wave passwords, and coffee-powered cars are just some of the incredible inventions and innovations that will shape our future.
We asked some famous faces from the world of science and technology what they expect from the future – here’s what they had to say.
Long lasting ice cream might sound like an invention by Willy Wonka, but according to the universities of Dundee and Edinburgh it could be a reality within the next few years.
Does the thought of sitting on a cramped flight for hours on end fill you with dread? Graham Warwick looks at the concept aeroplanes that could transform commercial flights in the future.
Winner of the under-21 category of the BBC Focus and UWE Science Communication Unit's 2015 science writing competition, taking a look at research into the aluminium-ion based batteries that could transform the way we store energy.
Cars are evolving. Today, they need to be cleaner, safer and smarter. Daniel Bennett tests the vehicles that are shaping motoring's future.
While the Transformers have dazzled thousands with their shape-shifting abilities, real-life robots have so far been unable to master the art of self-assembly. Up until now, that is.
Forget curved screens - here are five future technologies we’d really like to see in our smartphones and tablets.
Play on, player. Tactile technology is getting ever more important in gaming.
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