Treasure from waste

· Euronews · Agios Nikolaos, Athens (Greece)

Greek scientists have developed a technology that allows them to obtain rare earth elements (REEs) from waste ore in an economical and environmentally friendly way. For every ton of alumina, the Aluminium of Greece plant in Agios Nikolaos – near

Self-driving cars hit the road

· Euronews · Gothenburg (Sweden), Wolfsburg and Braunschweig (Germany), Athens (Greece), Paris (France)

Imagine driving 70 km/h along a busy motorway, but nobody has hold of the steering wheel. Just how safe are you in a driverless car? And will we really be using them in ten years time? Euronews reporter Denis Loctier

Playing against diabetes

· Euronews · Amsterdam, The Netherlands

  “Diabetes is a serious challenge for many children and teenagers. Their well-being depends on various decisions that they have to take throughout the day. Can electronic games be of any help?“reported euronews correspondent, Denis Loctier in this edition of

Footprint in the sky

· Euronews · Bergamo, Italy and Brussels, Belgium

Planes and airports produce roughly two percent of global greenhouse emissions. An even bigger environmental issue is engine noise at take-offs and landings. Even though individual airplanes are 75% quieter today than they used to be few decades ago, people

Looking glass

· Euronews · Pisa, Italy

When you look into a Wize Mirror, it looks back at you. It is a prototype of a smart mirror that detects disease symptoms. The mirror’s reflective surface has a touch interface which allows the user to interact with a

Smart fashion

· Euronews · Kaiserslautern, Germany; Thal, Switzerland

What we wear says something about our personality – but what if our clothes and accessories could also tell us about our health? A smart shirt prototype can keep track of how much the wearer eats or drinks. Soft textile

Smart specialisation

· Euronews · Gdansk, Poland

Can smart specialization really be a driving force for growth for all of Europe’s regions? Euronews’ Denis Loctier headed off to Poland to find out. “Poland, and also Europe, are ageing. We live longer, and we want to live healthier

Global observation

· Euronews · Malaga, Spain; Kyiv, Ukraine; Cambridge, UK; Dwingeloo, The Netherlands

From the ocean depths to the vastness of the cosmos, new technologies give scientists a better understanding of the world around us. In this special episode of Futuris, we will meet with modern explorers of the sea, land, and space.

Your next meal

· Euronews · Karditsa, Greece; Girona, Spain; Dijon, France; Rotterdam, The Netherlands; Riga, Latvia

Denis Loctier, euronews: “Nature and traditional agriculture could feed our ancestors, but today there are seven and a half billion people on the planet. Our urbanised society needs new technologies.” In a special edition of Futuris, we investigate how scientists and engineers

Echoes of ages

· Euronews · Vodocha, Republic of Macedonia

In this edition of Macedonian Adventures, we travel to the Vodocha monastery. Dating back to the first centuries of Christianity, the complex took its present shape in the Middle Ages. A cultural monument, it remains a functioning monastery where nuns