Personal support and user opinions are crucial to ensuring local transport systems become more widely accessible.
Researchers in Europe are working to counter potential risks from nanomaterials used by a range of industries for technological advances.
Sensors, 'smart' buoys and high-tech traps can make fisheries in Europe more sustainable and profitable.
New coating protects nitrogen-fixing bacteria from heat and humidity, which could allow them to be deployed for large-scale agricultural use.
The LIRAS technique could speed up the development of acoustic lenses, impact-resistant films, and other futuristic materials.
Computer vision enables contact-free 3D printing, letting engineers print with high-performance materials they couldn’t use before.