Last week, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Epidiolex for the treatment of seizures associated with two rare and severe forms of epilepsy.
A report by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University’s Department of Engineering and Public Policy has found that US nuclear power is unlikely to make a significant contribution to the country’s decarbonised energy system.
Apple and Samsung have finally settled a seven-year patent dispute over the design of the iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy S.
Plans to build the Swansea tidal lagoon, the world’s first project of its kind, have been scrapped by the UK Government after it was decided that the £1.3bn development was not cost-effective.
Heathrow operator Ferrovial has announced plans to move its international holdings from Oxford in the UK to Amsterdam in the Netherlands to remain in the European Union.
Connected cars are becoming increasingly common, with connected car shipments expected to hit 64 million units by 2019.
The UK Government does not have a good enough understanding of the STEM skills needed in today’s economy, according to a report published on Friday.
General Electric, one of the original members of Dow Jones Industrial Average, has lost its place in the market index after the company’s long-standing financial difficulties.
Dixons Carphone has reported a 24% drop in profits as mobile phone users hold on to their handsets for longer and opt for sim-only deals.
With numbers expected to reach 17 million by 2030, the presence of electric vehicles on UK roads is here to stay.
It’s World Refugee Day on 20 June, a day that ‘commemorates the strength, courage, and perseverance of millions of refugees’.
The internet of things encompasses many everyday objects, and cars are no exception.
They may seem futuristic, but hyperloop trains could in fact be coming to the UK within the next ten years.
French offshore giant Total E&P has announced that it is developing the first ever autonomous surface robot for the oil and gas industry.
Discount high street retailer Poundworld has announced that it has gone into administration, putting 5,100 jobs at risk.
This month marks five years since the revelation that the NSA and other security agencies were engaging in mass surveillance rocked the world.
Meet CIMON (or Crew Interactive Mobile Companion) ─ the first space-flying artificial intelligence robot to join astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS).
In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Apple’s latest Safari update is designed to make it more difficult for Facebook to track users.
Once the stuff of science fiction, smart mirrors are now a reality.
Google’s Project Sunroof tool has launched in the UK, allowing homeowners to work out how much money they could save by installing solar panels on their homes.
Earlier this month, the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) announced that it would be closing 162 branches across England and Wales, resulting in 800 job losses.
With data on possible employees increasingly available through professional social networks, the potential to use artificial intelligence (AI) to automate some parts of the recruitment process is being embraced by an increasing number of employers, with 38% of companies now using AI recruitment solutions, according to the 2018 Deloitte Human Capital Trends report.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson shared information about the UK’s relations with Russia with two hoax callers.
The Deutsche Bank annual general meeting (AGM) of 4,500 shareholders took place in Frankfurt yesterday, just hours after the bank revealed it was axing at least 7,000 jobs worldwide as the organisation works to scale back its global investment bank.
In his first appearance in Europe since the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appeared in front of the European Parliament in Brussels to answer questions from 12 members of the European Parliament (MEPs) from various political groups.