Think Big: Economic Diversification Drive Meets Future

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the scene of undertakings on a massive scale – not quite appropriate for those accustomed to a more...

Science-Based Emissions Targets: A New Foundation for Corporate Climate Action

Corporate emissions-reduction targets have become commonplace. In 2014, 80% of companies that reported their emissions to CDP, an international NGO that holds the largest...

The tides they are a-changing

EVER since the Romans constructed sophisticated tide mills across the high maritime ranges of a conquered Britain, the modern world has been trying to...

Bloodhound LSR saved by enterprising engineer

Brits are back in the bid for a land-speed record, and RICHARD THOMAS has a good sniff around. And despite the recent trend in...
Bitcoin with credit card and POS terminal

Lloyds Banking Group shuts down all crypto credit card transactions

Are we witnessing the murder of Bitcoin? Knives are out for the biggest and (so far) bestest crypto on the block. HAL WILLIAMS looks...
Electric car (EV) charging station

Chicken-and-egg dilemma for the EV market: do we need more charging stations, vehicles …...

By HAL WILLIAMS ELECTRIC vehicles may well be the future, but their uptake and the infrastructural challenges of providing charging points for them is part...

Slim pickings set to put FCC back where it belongs

As the sun goes down on the dynastic ownership of one of Spain’s great institutions, a new dawn shows a teasing glimpse of a...
Maths formulas on glass screen

Slaves to the algorithm: does it all add up?

Can the advanced functional process of stringing optional commands together really have a successful business application? DARREN PARKIN finds out THE image of Greek mathematician...
Bitcoin and dollars

Banking group’s Bitcoin block ‘won’t halt crypto trading’

Lloyds Banking Group has blocked credit card transactions for cryptocurrency purchases, but that lacks logic – and may even increase demand, say experts By HAL...
Tram Ghent

Sustainable Business: Renaissance beckons for the age of the tram

As the world turns its back on the internal combustion engine, the electrification of public transport and the movement of goods starts to gather...