Scientists from the California Institute of Technology, United States found a way to detect earthquakes using what's already there: the more-than-a-million kilometers of fiber optic telecommunication cables that lie at the bottom of the oceans.
In a mission to protect the environment, a Mexican beer company is presenting a circular form of packaging made mainly from barley straw - the leftover of beer’s essential ingredient - to avoid using virgin trees in their supply chain.
The world’s tallest timber building has been built in the small city of Brumunddal, Norway, with materials and expertise sourced locally, offering facilities to residents, businesses and visitors.
To take home the 36th America’s Cup – the trophy that celebrates sailing skills – a New Zealand team used an artificially intelligent (AI) bot to help them boost their boat design process.
An online genealogy company is offering an AI-powered service that animates photos, with the intention of bringing old pictures to life and allowing people to see their departed loved ones in action once more.
Eager to put their fortune at the service of the fight against global warming, a Serbian couple of developers used their knowledge in data science to start an organic farm and test innovation that could benefit farmers around the world.
A team of researchers based in València, Spain, developed a new 3D-printed beam stackable like LEGO bricks that offers a more customizable, more sustainable and more durable alternative than concrete or metallic beams.
Canada is developing a space program in a mission to curb the decline in fish stocks and destruction of marina habitat, and to help small island nations impacted by illegal fishing, by detecting criminal vessels using satellite technology.
A team of researchers for the University of Arizona, United States, are proposing to store samples from 6.7 million Earth species on the moon as a means to guarantee the very survival of the planet’s biodiversity.
India first built plastic roads two decades ago and today, a growing number of countries around the world follow in its footsteps to recycle and reuse plastic waste so it doesn’t end up in landfills and oceans.