From flying cars to paying with our fingerprints, we bring you the biggest advancements in the sci-tech world this week. Welcome to the future, Marty!
Flying cars are getting closer and closer to reality as two European companies revealed their first models at a supercar show in Monaco.
Prof Aoife Gowen is examining water in a bid to improve medical devices and food safety. She spoke to Claire O’Connell.
The Environmental Protection Agency revealed that 41 Irish researchers were approved for a total of €12.9m for climate-related studies.
Facebook has gone full science fiction at F8, revealing new technology that will let you talk to your computer ‘telepathically’ using a brain-computer interface.
Innovation is never far from the fingertips of financial services, with Mastercard making the move to biometric cards. It’s bye bye, PINs.
It seems as if a new ‘Earth 2.0’ is discovered every month, and this particular planet is being described as the best candidate to potentially host alien life.
Knee surgery could be set for an overhaul as researchers have developed cartilage-mimicking, 3D-printing material in the US.
Enet’s 1m users include mobile phone and device holders, public sector workers and multinationals’ staff.
Eight research projects underway at NUI Galway have been awarded funding to commercialise their ideas, ranging from renewable energy to treatment of Parkinson’s disease.
Hubble has been monitoring space for 27 years now, and its latest anniversary is celebrated with an image of two close friends.