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Standing again - with nerve-controlled robotics
UK teleco regulator 'comfortable' with Huawei despite US concern over South Korea deal
Two US Senate committee heads, dealing with national security, have expressed their concern over a network provisions deal between Huawei and South Korea. But the UK is 'comfortable' with the Chinese firm.
Lasers to light up industrial production
Lasers can cut, weld and melt a variety of materials. But, the beams of light of the future will likely look very different. They'll fire short flashes of light and do much more than today's conventional lasers.
German researchers work on high-res displays
German researchers have developed a laser system for production of high-resolution displays, like in smart phones. Demand for the tech is expected to grow.
Drug research: thinking inside the Malaria Box
Up to now, researchers have worked very systematically when developing drugs against malaria. But a new approach brings creative chaos into drug development. And a small box is pushing this process.
Voice analysis: an 'objective' diagnostic tool based on flawed algorithms?
A new generation of voice analysis software can tell whether you're ill with a disease or even depression. To some it's a useful diagnostic tool. But is this also the next invasion of our privacy?
Germany - controversially - still bombards forests with limestone to combat acid rain
Acid rain may have slipped from the headlines, but many parts of Germany still dump limestone on their forests to neutralize the long-term damage it's caused. And it's a controversial tactic.
New surgical camera makes the tiniest tumors visible with luminous dye
It can be difficult to see where a tumor starts and healthy tissue begins during an operation. But a new camera promises to make surgery to detect and remove cancer more successful.
Czech electronics student takes lead with #3Dsimo - Europe's first 3D pen
3D printing has had loads of media attention, with advances in the technology producing ambitious - even lethal - things. But 3D pens have a way to go. And the first may yet come from Europe.
Big data in healthcare: how comfortable are you in your role as 'research patient'?
The UK's National Health Service is turning to IT in a big way, with plans to be completely paperless by 2018. More significantly, it wants to make much of that massive data supply transparent.
Artificial intelligence: robots will have to think for themselves in space
The further we get from Earth, the more space probes and robots will have to think for themselves. But developing autonomous robots is hard without artificial intelligence.
I am 15! The ISS at another milestone in collaborative space science
The International Space Station (ISS) is celebrating its 15th birthday. Its first component was launched into space from Russia on November 20, 1998. Since then, it's had an incredible ride.
A dictionary of doping drugs
New medicines provide athletes with new ways of artificially enhancing their performances. While athletes find ways to dope without being caught, they're also exposing themselves to many nasty side effects.
Six of the best: a selection of our favorite mobile music-making apps
There's a wealth of powerful music apps for mobile devices, so we can make music wherever and whenever we want. But which make the most of the technology available? DW takes a look.