Venetia Chrysostomide fastened her helmet and rolled her solar-powered car into the sunny streets of Cypriot capital Nicosia for a race to showcase such vehicles' eco-friendly potential, even on a budget.
Farmers and plant breeders are in a race against time. The world population is growing rapidly, requiring ever more food, but the amount of cultivable land is limited. Warmer temperatures have extended growth seasons in some areas — and brought drought and pests to others.
Massimiliano Allegri insisted that Cristiano Ronaldo was the future of Juventus and the Portuguese superstar said he was "1,000 percent committed to staying" but despite sealing an eighth consecutive Serie A title the Turin giant needs to find more if it wants to conquer Europe next season.
Hundreds of orange robots zoom and whiz back and forth like miniature bumper cars — but instead of colliding, they're following a carefully plotted path to transport thousands of items ordered from online giant Amazon.
Saudi Arabia would finally face a revolt from the inside as people's voices for democracy and freedom start to rattle the shaky and unstable regime that "corrupt royals" have built on oil wealth, a political analyst from London says.
Researchers found five strains of a multidrug-resistant bacterium similar to hospital-acquired infections on the International Space Station (ISS), raising concerns about the organisms' health implications for future missions.
The gentle whirring of the wind turbine speaks volumes of Bhutan's record as the world's only carbon negative country, but major challenges stand in the way of the Himalayan kingdom's decision to follow a green path over rampant economic expansion.
Auto industry executives gathering this week for the Paris Motor Show, to be held during 4-14 October, will be rubbing shoulders with unusual company: Dozens of tech experts eager to tackle what many consider the ultimate connected device.
Iran's Culture Minister Abbas Salehi, in a message to the 31st International Film Festival for Children and Youth on Thursday hoped that the event will bring about a brighter future for children and the public.