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All articles by Robert Scammell

  1. Low-cost drug ‘breathalyser’ chip detects cocaine within minutes

    Researchers from the University at Buffalo in the US have developed a low-cost chemical sensing chip that can detect cocaine…
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    8 May
  2. Off-peak electric car charging could reduce China’s CO²

    Researchers from Harvard University and Tsinghua University in Beijing have found that charging electric cars during off-peak hours could assist…
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    2 May
  3. Former Ferrari designer appointed to design flying car

    Lilium, developers of an electric vertical take-off and landing jet, has appointed experienced car designer Frank Stephenson as its new…
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    24 Apr
  4. AI programme efficiently maps roads from aerial images

    Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed an automated method that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to create…
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    18 Apr
  5. PwC VR experience showcases disruptive technologies to businesses

    Professional services firm PwC has unveiled its virtual reality (VR) experience, which it claims gives companies a better understanding of…
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    4 Apr
  6. Autonomous vehicles could shrink car parks

    A car park full of autonomous vehicles (AVs) could accommodate up to 62% more cars than a conventional parking area,…
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    29 Mar
  7. Data rethink needed for autonomous cars: Study

    A fundamental rethink is needed by companies for people to embrace the levels of data sharing that autonomous cars and…
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    6 Mar
  8. Sony to launch an AI-based taxi-hailing service in Japan

    Sony announced today that it plans to build an AI-based ride-hailing system in Japan in partnership with six taxi companies….
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    20 Feb

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