LATEST: By 2020, Ford aspires to have reduced its water usage per vehicle by 72 percent and will have saved more than 10 billion gallons of water since the turn of the millennium.
LATEST: Market experts predict the world's fleet of commercial aircraft will double in size over the next 20 years.
LATEST: Installing hydrogen and other storage technologies across the entire economic infrastructure to manage the flow of green electricity will generate comparable mass employment and new businesses as w...
LATEST: Sea Ceptor will provide the Royal Navy with a shield against airborne threats such as the new generation of supersonic anti-ship missiles.
LATEST: Education and Training will experience plusses and minuses in the decades ahead.
LATEST: Increasing demand for nuclear energy mainly in the Asian countries of China, Japan is expected to drive the demand for gadolinium in the region.
LATEST: Interplanetary exploration could pose new environmental and tourism problems for parks in the Southeast if the commercial space industry gets approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)...
LATEST: More and more fintech companies will be created in a bid to siphon off business from the traditional financial services industry.
LATEST: Global demands for food and fibre will increase up to 70% by 2050.
LATEST: Violence costs the world economy $14.3 trillion a year drives global threats like disease and trafficking.
LATEST: And enterprise IoT software will be worth $43.9 billion, compared to IoT hardware of just $2.3 billion.
LATEST: Sensor networks will increasingly be used in the home to monitor health and wellbeing.
LATEST: Cognitive computing will make it possible for businesses to transform systems and processes ranging from supply chain to marketing.
LATEST: Spain is going to have increased production compared to last year, resulting in a surplus of extra oil.
LATEST: By 2026, sports media will be live or be on digital social platforms.
LATEST: The successful demonstration of Thaad against an IRBM-range missile threat bolsters the country's defensive capability against developing missile threats in North Korea and other countries.
LATEST: Synthetic biology could change the economics and flow of raw materials in agriculture, forestry, energy and mining.
LATEST: C. difficile is currently one of the top drug-resistant threats to hit the U.S. and is responsible for the deaths of around 15,000 people per year.
LATEST: The EU is in the process of agreeing to a new circular economy package that could see recycling targets for 2030 as high as 70 percent.
LATEST: UK housing policy will increase in importance because the availability and quality of housing stock of various types relates directly to key long-term issues such as community stability, educationa...
LATEST: Combined with online sales, cross-channel sales are expected to reach €947 billion, or 53 percent of total European retail sales, by 2020.
LATEST: Science conducted on the space station continues to yield benefits for humanity and will enable future long-duration human and robotic exploration into deep space.
LATEST: Numerous Desert Locust populations are a threat to agricultural production in Africa, the Middle East and Asia.
LATEST: Self-learning software will have huge impacts on productivity across all departments of an enterprise.
LATEST: Many industry experts are saying that they expect technologies role to increase next year.
LATEST: Scientific and Technical Services will grow on the back of more business service function outsourcing and the rise of online information.
LATEST: The number of cars will decrease significantly and the easiness of commuting will likely see more people dwelling outside of the city.
LATEST: In recent years, several expert bodies have warned against complacency with regard to Australian food production and profitability, recognising that the changing climate, coupled with increasing co...