The Future Tutorials & How-Tos

PlasticRoad could be the future of city streets
Posted by Vaughn Highfield on July 20, 2015

PlasticRoad could be the future surface for city streets

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Posted by Nicole Kobie on July 16, 2015

The Internet of Things: The questions that need to be answered

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Posted by Alan Martin on July 16, 2015

This “impossible” house generates more energy than it uses

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Posted by Curtis Moldrich on July 13, 2015

UK must invest in drones to combat ISIS

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Posted by Alan Martin on July 10, 2015

Human head transplant: Controversial procedure successfully carried out on corpse; live procedure “imminent”

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Posted by Nicole Kobie on July 9, 2015

The technology teaching machines to smell

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Posted by Curtis Moldrich on July 7, 2015

The UK is leading the electric and hybrid car revolution thanks to F1

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Posted by Vaughn Highfield on July 6, 2015

US Army is developing an exoskeleton to help soldiers shoot straight

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Posted by David Court on July 3, 2015

BMW’s emission-free fuel-cell car has a 700km range… and refuels in three minutes

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Posted by Lucy Rogers on July 1, 2015

Will we land humans on Mars within a generation?

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Posted by Cat Bowskill on July 1, 2015

Trust me, I’m a doctor: could more open science change how much we trust scientists?

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Posted by Alan Martin on June 26, 2015

The end of plastic Lego bricks? Toymaker hopes to go green

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Posted by Alan Martin on June 26, 2015

Reality check: robot killing machines – will they rebel?

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Posted by Alan Martin on June 17, 2015

Microsoft prepping drone army to catch mosquitoes

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Posted by Alan Martin on June 17, 2015

The world’s smallest light bulb is an atom thick and made of graphene

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Posted by Alan Martin on June 12, 2015

This tiny robot tentacle is so accurate it can lasso live ants

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Posted by Curtis Moldrich on June 11, 2015

BMW’s new 7 Series can park itself via remote control

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Posted by Alan Martin on June 11, 2015

WATCH THIS: The computer that runs on water droplets

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Posted by Curtis Moldrich on June 10, 2015

Mercedes’ Tesla Powerwall 2 home battery rival is now available to buy in the UK

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Posted by Jane McCallion on June 5, 2015

How wearable devices could save your life

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Posted by Curtis Moldrich on June 3, 2015

US Air Force working on new hypersonic scramjet capable of Mach 5 speeds

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Posted by Nicole Kobie on June 1, 2015

Material World: What’s next for 3D printing?

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Posted by Sasha Muller on May 28, 2015

Audi R8 e-tron Piloted Driving: Self-driving gets sporty

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Posted by Curtis Moldrich on May 27, 2015

New weapon can take out high-value electronic targets with virtually no collateral damage

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Posted by William Stanton on May 26, 2015

Engineers are building a test track for Elon Musk’s 1,200km/h train

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Posted by Curtis Moldrich on May 20, 2015

Why the future of cosmetics is 3D-printed skin

10 business tips these successful entrepreneurs used
Posted by Stuart Turton on May 18, 2015

The ten inventions nobody wants

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Posted by Leon Poultney on May 5, 2015

The 5 innovations that will revolutionise the way we interact with our roads

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Posted by Paul Lazarra on April 29, 2015

Reality check: Audi making e-diesel from air and water won’t change the car industry

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Posted by Paul Lazarra on April 17, 2015

Why Apple and Google’s car tech can’t compete with GM OnStar’s 1950s-style phone operator

Stanford University aluminium-ion battery breakthrough
Posted by Vaughn Highfield on April 8, 2015

Stanford University’s aluminium-ion battery is a breakthrough, but it’s not a big deal