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Spiralling pulses of laser light might be used to change the nature of graphene, turning it from a metal into an insulator.
A group of academics believes that climate science denial is influencing the way climate scientists speak or even think about their own research.
Scientists investigate the risks posed by debris from the US F13 satellite explosion on future space missions.
New research suggests there is something of a gulf between our best and least well performing SMEs.
John Straw, author of iDisrupted, believes Costa Rica is supporting his prediction that the future will be bleak for traditional energy businesses.
The April digital online edition of Design Products & Applications is now available to read here. Special this month: The Industrial Internet of Things supplement.
Global investments in renewable energy rebounded strongly last year, and that despite sharply lower crude oil prices.
Brunel strides the lab-industry divide; Pickles points way to powerful roofs; and while stars might 'sing', we shall never 'hear' them.
We've gathered some comments from industry and industry observers about the budget and what impact it may or may not have on UK PLC.
An IEEE survey, conducted by YouGov, reveals twice as many 'millennials' as 'baby boomers' say they don’t think it’s important to teach STEM at school.
The hunt for Earth-like planets around distant stars could soon become a lot easier thanks to the laser frequency comb.
A very rare original part of EDSAC, one of the world’s first computers, has resurfaced in the USA.
Following the example of the high-profile Bloodhound SSC project, the UK Space Agency is now keen to promote STEM subjects to young students.
Forget klaxons, these researchers think the sounds of chirping birds and rustling branches are better at alerting staff to problems on the production line.