XPrize Foundation encourages the development of technology to change the world.
Research from the University of Tennessee explained that the use of low-budget drones may improve the crops’ productivity
As Climate change is a global problem that requires a global solution, Canada is committed to reducing climate-harming pollutants at home and around the world.
The bacteria can take CO2 out of the air and convert it into alcohol fuel.
With the largest functioning fog collection project opened in Morocco we wanted to show you its origins.
'Hybrid reality' and robots in the streets promise to be the most talked trends for this year
The EUBrasilCloudFORUM has just released its Preliminary Research Roadmap on cloud computing, providing an in-depth analysis of the current situation of research collaboration in cloud computing between Europe and Brazil
In Colombia Universidad Nacional is working on a system using high resolution imagery (720 pixels) captured by drones would diminish arrival and processing times in street accidents by up to 30 minutes.
The qAIRa project aims to measure pollution in La Oroya one of the most polluted cities in the world and the Madre de Dios region.
Scientists say they have made a significant leap towards mass-producing red blood cells suitable for donation.
The seventh art goes environmental with the first cinema fed by solar energy in Latin America.
Visualizing the remodeling of the place where we live is possible with mobile applications, the present and the future at the same time
Ex-NASA Chief Dan Goldin has revealed his company KnuEdge, which develops neural chips that follow the principles of the human brain and produces voice recognition and authentication technology.
Scientists are one step closer to understanding the universe after the start of the construction of the world's largest optical and infrared telescope
Chilean President Michelle Bachelet said on Monday that she would introduce a bill in Congress next week creating a Science and Technology Ministry, fulfilling one of her campaign promises.
Instead of leaving your old smartphone in a drawer or having it be recycled, you could help turn it into an instrument that helps save the rainforests
Researchers in Iceland are trapping CO2 by turning it into rock.
Brazil has a blossoming tech industry, most thought the crisis had all but broken it, however, it remains strong and may offer alternatives for development.
Researchers at the University of Michigan have come up with the blueprints for a Braille tablet device that would let users read straight off their screens with the help of microfluidic bubbles that shift into different letters as the user scrolls up or down.
The doubling of computer processing speed every 18 months, known as Moore's Law, is just one manifestation of the greater trend that all technological change occurs at an exponential rate.
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