In the future you may be able to print your own plastic home.
To celebrate International Women in Engineering Day 2017 we asked some of the most exceptional women in the field to tell us what inspired them to enter engineering as a career.
We already gather information from resources such as online courses and interactive forums, but in the future we may look even further to the internet for education.
Technology start-up ByFusion is currently developing machinery that can transform any waste plastic into building blocks.
Robots are everywhere these days, but how close are they to thinking for themselves? Here are five intelligent robots showing the evolution of AI.
If you want to fit study into your busy life, The University of Nottingham’s distance learning and part-time engineering and architecture courses might be for you. [Advertisement feature]
Home on the road takes on a whole new meaning in Rebecca Roke’s new book Mobitecture, featuring some incredible portable structures.
Biometric identifiers include methods such as retinal scanning, fingerprint scanning and even ear scanning!
R2-D2 may have some issues conducting Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, but modern computing is showing that machines can be musical too.
Watch the shortlist for the BBC Focus prize at the British Science Association’s Bristol & Bath branch Science Film Festival 2017.
The threat of malevolent machines with monstrous artificial intelligence dominating humanity is imaginary, says Luciano Floridi.
Future thinker Sophie Hackford talks VR, satellites and artificial intelligence at this year’s Power Of Film And Moving Image event.
In his new book Everything You Know About Science is Wrong, Matt Brown exposes the fiction behind some of the science we've spent far too long assuming is gospel.
Six ways that the naked ape Homo sapiens could come to a sticky end.
VR signals a brave new world of immersion. But, like any game-changing medium, some factors remain unknown…
Anki’s Cozmo is more than just an advanced robot toy – his technology and interactions could contribute significantly healthcare, education and even autism research.
As biocomputing gets more advanced we get closer and closer to living supercomputers.
In his new book, Alex Evans argues that compelling stories can be just as important as facts in getting people on your side
In the future it may be possible to log into social media using our brain waves.
Optimus Prime eat your heart out, Earthlings have some pretty large robots too.
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