The device, which monitors a user’s brainwaves, could offer a lifeline to people with severe disabilities

BBC trials 'mind-control' TV remote

26 Jun 2015 | By Helen Knight

Researchers at BBC digital are investigating the use of technology that allows users to control their TV sets with their own brainwaves

Robots at work in JLR's Halewood plant

Widespread backing for UK robotics network

24 Jun 2015

The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) has announced the launch of a new robotics network that aims to foster academic and industry collaboration.



Your questions answered: Large Hadron Collider restart

1 Jun 2015 | By Stuart Nathan

Hard hitting: Experts answer questions on the world’s most powerful particle accelerator


Can technology save the NHS?

21 Apr 2015 | By Jon Excell

Digital devices able to remotely monitor a range of conditions could help get the health service off the critical list




Paris jamboree for Europe's inventors

17 Jun 2015 | By Stuart Nathan

We shouldn’t be so shy about praising our inventors, whose ingenuity changes and saves lives as well as contributing to the economy, as a nerve-racking trip to Paris demonstrated.


Technology on show nationwide

1 Jun 2015 | By Jason Ford

A series of events this week are showcasing the latest developments in fields from aerospace to surgery


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