For the first time in human history, the most critical climate-warming gas, carbon dioxide, surpassed a worrying milestone.
There's a lot of strong language on this morning's French front pages: "betrayal," "exasperation," and "income tax" are just a few of the inflammatory expressions in ...
This week's Webwatch takes a look at Technical Debt. This term decribes the problems that pile up in modern computer systems.
French researchers have found that some patients with HIV can stay healthy even after stopping treatment.
A new radio telescope is now fully operational in the high desert of the Chilean Andes, 5,000 metres above sea level.
Batteries are everywhere in today's modern and highly technical world. Despite having a bright future, batteries can sometimes be very inconvenient.
Computer viruses are now getting more and more complex and difficult to get rid of.
Computer science is far from showing its limits. Scientists have recently created a software that could predict crime just like in the movie Minority Report.
In new technologies everything seems to come with the word nano. What is nano exactly? Why are scientists so fond of it?
Necessity truly is the mother of invention....especially when it comes to energy-saving techniques. Europe has set targets that countries are pushing to meet.