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Entrepreneur, philanthropist, former mayor of New York and Johns Hopkins engineering graduate announces in his MIT commencement address that climate crisis 'is unlike any other ever faced by humankind'
Researchers use a new, holistic methodology to address cyber vulnerabilities in today’s energy systems
Simulations suggest photonic chip could run optical neural networks 10 million times more efficiently than its electrical counterparts
Innovation: How do you measure up?May 29, 2019
In a fast-moving and globalised economy, innovation is no longer optional but essential in order to achieve success, writes Joe McDonald, who clarifies what is meant by ‘innovation’ and considers the characteristics of those organisations that embed it apparently so seamlessly into their day-to-day operations
Counter-intuitive climate change solutionMay 29, 2019
A seemingly counterintuitive approach - converting one greenhouse gas into another - holds promise for returning the atmosphere to pre-industrial concentrations of methane, a powerful driver of global warming
Gas versus electric? Fuel choice affects efforts to achieve low-energy and low-impact homesMay 29, 2019
Autonomous control system 'learns' to use simple maps and image data to navigate new, complex routes
Novel membrane material removes more impurities, without the need for toxic solvents
Following the devastating fire at Notre Dame Cathedral, four experts offer initial thoughts and analysis
Ultracapacitors have been making the news of late but could they viably replace batteries in the EVs of the future?
Cities need to build their capacity to adapt to this range of impacts, and one of the best ways to do this is to learn from other cities’ experiences. One very recent case that cities are watching is Cape Town’s severe drought and the threat of 'Day Zero' – when the city’s taps were due to run dry