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How drones are helping to protect the environment
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Easy-to-fly drones allow conservationists to monitor everything from animal populations to climate change – and even restore fire-damaged forests and coral reefs.


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How ambient energy could power-up the Internet of Things
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Sensors powered by light, heat and movement could unlock the true potential of the IoT.


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Are carebots the solution to the elderly care crisis?
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Japan believes robots could help to care for people in ageing societies, and address the shortage of human carers. But can these 'carebots' really meet the needs of the elderly?


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Are passenger drones about to hit the skies?
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Companies such as Airbus and Uber believe passenger drones could open up the skies to commuters, but first they’ll need to overcome several regulatory and technical challenges.


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Automated ships are about to set sail
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Automated vessels could save the shipping industry money and reduce its environmental impact, but strict marine regulations need to be updated to allow them to sail on the open sea.


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How blockchain could help to save the planet
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Blockchain has been described as “the new internet” and could revolutionise industries such as finance, healthcare and real estate, but it also has the potential to tackle pressing environmental challenges.