Handwritten correspondence with Albert Einstein, early x-rays and videos of 1930s operating theatres are among the documents brought together by the European Library in a virtual exhibition entitled Science & Machines – Scientific and technological development since 1800. This virtual exhibition brings testimonies to some of our own basic beliefs in the possibility of a better world to be constructed by man and make us reflect on the path taken by Western society and the future which may be in store.
Pharmaceutical analysis is advancing to improve drug discovery and safety. Here are five top pharmaceutical trends driving the sector today.
Sukarma Thareja shares a poem about science innovation in times of COVID19, the vaccine and the horizon of returning to “normal” life.
This article describes six promising trends and technologies that are improving the metal fabrication industry.
Tanja Vukovic Juros describes how COVID-19 pandemic has exposed many of the challenges already faced by vulnerable researchers in their career.
This article reflects on the growing awareness and adoption of AI in media organisations. But how best to use AI tools and what is the impact?
Peter Tindemans states that before unleashing technology sovereignty initiatives, the EU needs to define what the concept means.
While India is increasingly producing science outputs, there are several steps back due to the scientific temperament of the political circles.
Andrea Glorioso is a policy officer at the European Commission.
He is responsible for the Future of work dossier at the Directorate‑General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology. At Technoculture podcast’s microphone, he speaks about the impact of digitalisation on EU labour market.
The goal of the project is to set up a new frontier in automate sign language interpreting with novel technologies and AI algorithm.
Technoculture is a podcast launched in 2018 by Federica Bressan which consists of a series of one-on-one conversations with experts in the fields of technology, research, art, and science.
The good news for our robotics and space programs is that human beings can build machines that vastly outperform us in durability. It takes some clever engineering, but humanity regularly builds probes and robots that can survive long journeys through some truly astonishing conditions.