An innovative underwater “kite” which generates electricity from tidal energy is to be tested for the first time in the UK's seas following a £350,000 grant.
Monthly Archives: February 2011
Dr Richard Stallman, sometimes referred to as ‘the global crusader for the freedoms of computer users’, is on a lecture tour during March.
The Big Bang has teamed up with McLaren Automotive to offer one lucky fan and their family the chance for a guided tour of the home of McLaren.
Gas giant Centrica has announced a "ground breaking" deal worth around £2 billion to supply 2.4 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Qatar.
Oil giant BP has revealed plans to sell several assets in the UK, including the biggest onshore oil field in Western Europe.
Britain's first commercial wind farm is due to reopen after a multi-million-pound redevelopment which will double potential output.
National strategy could wait until after 2012 election, says science chief
The world needs to wake up to the threat of solar storms with the potential to cause a trillion-pound technological meltdown, the Government's chief scientific adviser has warned.
BP is set to become a key player in the Indian oil and gas market after signing a $7.2 billion deal with one of the country's biggest companies.
An IBM computer’s win on United States game show Jeopardy! has led to a boost in support for a supercomputer that helps scientists solve humanitarian challenges.