Coffee-powered cars

|13 February 2017| London Caffé Nero is working with recycling pioneers First Mile and bio-bean to turn coffee waste into advanced biofuels. The scheme - currently being piloted in London - sees used c...

UQ opens Food Science Innovation Precinct

(AUSTRALIA) The University of Queensland (UQ) has opened a new $1 million Food Science Innovation Precinct at its St Lucia campus. It will  focus on a range of projects - including the development of 3D p...

Celebrating the ties between industry and academia

|7 February 2017| Scotland Collaboration and cross-sectoral partnerships are redefining what is possible. Industries are working more closely with academia than ever before, strengthening ties and advanci...

Robot café opens in San Francisco

|4 February 2017| USA Coffee lovers yearn for consistency so when their favourite hot cup isn't up to standard they are left frustrated. Now a robotic café in San Francisco aims to put a stop to all th...

A natural alternative to artificial colourants

(Scotland) A team of leading scientists is working to develop a natural alternative to unpopular artificial colourants. The ability to mass produce a high-value natural blue dye for use in the food, pharm...

Berlin’s iconic International Green Week

|6 January 2017| Germany Hungary is the partner country of this year's International Green Week (IGW) in Berlin. This year the International Green Week will be taking place for the 82nd time in its 91-...

Bono gives innovative biotech the edge

|7 December 2016| Ireland A pioneering digital-biotechnolgy company headquartered in Ireland has announced ambitious expansion plans for 2017. The multi-award winning Nuritas uses artificial intelligen...

No queuing with Amazon Go

(USA) In 2012 Amazon set a goal to harness the latest technology and develop a unique shopping experience. One where people could stroll in, collect what they need and leave. The result is Amazon Go. A...