LATEST: Consumer demand for passenger cars which reduce harmful emissions without sacrificing performance will be on the rise.
LATEST: The first operator of MC-21 aircraft will be Russia's largest carrier Aeroflot.
LATEST: Artificial islands could make currently hard-to-reach natural resources more accessible and therefore more susceptible to depletion.
LATEST: 3D printing is expected to be the fourth most disruptive technology to industry over the next five years.
LATEST: Following retail salespersons, there are projected to be 3.5 million jobs in food preparation and serving occupations, by 2024.
LATEST: Supercapacitors are an emerging energy storage technology that will take a key role in the future of energy systems.
LATEST: Conflict over natural resources presents a serious threat to security and the world needs to understand that killing the environment means killing ourselves.
LATEST: Banks and insurers run the risk of losing their dominant position as primary intermediaries for customer interaction and engagement.
LATEST: Increasing threats to food security associated with availability, accessibility and affordability will arise.
LATEST: Bangladesh's preferential market access to the US will decrease further once the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement comes into effect as Vietnam will get duty-free market access to the American ma...
LATEST: The market for Big Data hardware, software and services grew 23.5% to $22.6 billion in 2015 and is expected to increase at a compound annual growth rate of 14.4 percent to $92.2 billion by 2026.
LATEST: By 2018, 2 million employees will be required to wear health and fitness tracking devices as a condition of employment.
LATEST: A new type of services company could transform global supply chains: Financial technology companies that act as intermediaries in facilitating transactions between a company and its suppliers.
LATEST: Overall, Canadian exports of automotive products to the US are projected to decline by US$3.6 billion.
LATEST: Artificial neurons could detect patterns in financial transactions to find discrepancies or use data from social media to discover emerging cultural trends in real time.
LATEST: Potentially toxic wastes left over from a former U.S. army base in Greenland could re-enter the environment and potentially disrupt ecosystems if ice melt begins in the northwest of the island wher...
LATEST: Food security will continue to be a global issue affecting much of the world's population.
LATEST: Prescription drug spending represented 9.8 percent of overall health spending in 2014 and is projected to hit 10.1 percent in 2015 and 10.4 percent by 2024.
LATEST: British businesses could lose as much as £2bn over the next 20 years as a result of the Circular Economy Package, of which some non-legally binding aspects would not apply to the UK after the UK ex...
LATEST: India's population is projected to be 54% urban by 2050 (ACCCRN) and a lack of affordable housing will lead to growth in slum populations.
LATEST: Retail stores could begin to use self-driving cars as a delivery infrastructure.
LATEST: UKRI will be a major voice for UK research and innovation in the UK and globally.
LATEST: The exploitation of data remains a key capability that enhances CSIS ability to effectively investigate threats to the security of Canada.
LATEST: BFSI and retail are the most dominant sectors and are expected to continue the adoption of APA software during the forecast period.
LATEST: New LPWA technologies will become increasingly important.
LATEST: Telecoms companies in South Korea are expecting to have a 5G service ready in time for the 2018 Winter Olympics and one of the country's largest telecoms businesses, SK Telecom, recently showcased ...
LATEST: Singapore's core inflation is expected to pick up gradually over the course of 2016 as the year-on-year disinflationary effects of lower oil prices and one-off government measures to lessen cos...
LATEST: India is expected to be severely water stressed by 2025.