‘Spencer’ will navigate around Schipol using lasers and maps, helping passengers get to their gates on time.
Researchers in the US have made a breakthrough that could speed the development of improved LED displays.
Mousa Dahabreh has been named the Sustain Wales Young Sustainability Champion of the year for his work on Building Information Modelling.
Scientists have developed a graphene-based microphone membrane that is claimed to be more sensitive than those made from nickel.
George Osborne is ‘backing science’ with a pledge to protect the £4.7bn science budget in real terms up to 2020/21.
New Shephard space vehicle flew to just over 100km, before returning safely to land back at its West Texas launch site.
Researchers at Stanford University have figured out a way of boosting the efficiency of solar cells by reducing the degree to which they reflect light.
Government funding to support the development of carbon capture and storage and storage technology has been withdrawn, a move that could lock industries into paying higher carbon taxes.
Morven Fraser was presented with the 2015 Autocar-Courland Next Generation Award for her body panel energy storage concept.
A project aimed at bringing automated, driverless pod cars to the streets of the UK has won the 2015 Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) Automotive Award for Innovation.
Technology from SGN and ULC Robotics can inspect and repair older parts of the gas network from inside the pipes.
Cheaper, more reliable electronics devices could be developed using graphene components, thanks to a new research partnership.
Quantum technology could lead to the development of impossible to hack communication links, an international research team has claimed.
Scottish wave energy pioneer Aquamarine Power has folded, making it the latest casualty in the marine energy sector since Pelamis fell into administration in December 2014.
Wind speeds will continue to be below average in many regions of the US this year due to the persistent effects of El Niño, Finland-based forecasting technology provider Vaisala has predicted.
Several European member states including Britain run the risk of missing their 2020 renewable energy targets, according to the latest progress report from the European Commission.
The total volume of global solar power installations could reach 540GW within just five years, more than triple the 178GW of solar capacity that is now installed worldwide, according to findings from trade body SolarPower Europe’s latest Global Market Outlook for Solar Power 2015-2019.
Engineers are using their expertise to help the people of earthquake-hit Nepal.
The US witnessed an 82 per cent surge in wind energy project financing following the release of guidance last year that clarified the qualifying criteria for the wind energy Production Tax Credit.
Alevo has hit the ground running since it emerged from stealth mode in October 2014, with a 700MWh per year production line already under its belt that is due to come online in July this year.