Scientists make the softest brain implant to date with the thickness of a thin sewing thread and the consistency of soft pudding.
Study participants were also more likely to comply with a humanoid robot's request if patted on the hand.
A team of engineers recommends expanding fast-charging stations for electric vehicles as campuses and businesses start planning for a post-pandemic world.
Figures from the National Grid show that British wind farms set a new record over the Bank Holiday by generating a new high of 17.6 gigawatts (GW) at 3.30pm, providing 48.4% of Britain’s electricity.
A 3D printed replica of Michelangelo’s famous David sculpture, re-produced with the use of scanning technology by Hexagon, was unveiled this week during a ceremony at the Italy Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai.
An innovative training solution from Siemens Digital Industries is helping upskill its customers and suppliers to capitalise on the opportunities of Industry 4.0.
The Royal Marines have successfully completed an exercise to test the capability of the Gravity Industries jet suit for Maritime Boarding Operations.
It is no secret that electric and hybrid vehicles are taking pole position in the future of the automotive market.