A Faster Way to Fix Broken Bones and Torn Cartilage

European scientists have developed pioneering new technology that could help regenerate damaged cartilage and bone tissue and get patients back on their feet quicker than ever before.

VW to Reach 10 Million Mark for Annual Car Sales in 2014

German car-maker Volkswagen expects to sell more than 10 million vehicles across its multi-brand group this year, aiming to hit a long-running target four years earlier than previously planned.

Universal Phone Charger Planned for EU Countries

The European Union have been taking steps towards the mandatory introduction of a common mobile phone charger, which could universally power up all handset makes.

Mixing Light and Electricity for Innovative Electronics

SOURCE: The European Commission Research and Innovation Information Centre

The integrated circuits that have been driving the information technology revolution are reaching their physical limit.

Fighting Cancer by Attacking its Support Network

SOURCE: The European Commission Research and Innovation Information Centre

When we think of cancer we often think of rogue, villainous cells in an otherwise healthy organ.

French Billionare Vincent Bollore to bring Electric Cars to London

The French billionaire Vincent Bollore has unveiled plans to get 3000 electric cars on London streets by 2016, as part of a car share project that emulates the popular bike hire scheme started in 2010 under Mayor Boris Johnson, Reuters reports.

BMW Post Fourth Quarter Profit Gain on 3-Series

BMW reported a surprise 4.

Crossing Borders to Find an Alternative Rubber Supply

Natural rubber is a unique raw material with a whole range of applications.

HCL Technologies Expects $1 billion Revenue Stream

HCL Technologies expects its financial services pipeline in Europe to be in excess of $1 billion, this fiscal year, a senior official has said, as the economy improves and European clients become increasingly comfortable with the idea of offshore outsourcing; as the Economic Times reports.

The Final Highlights from Mobile World Congress

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Highlights from Mobile World Congress: Day Three

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Day 2: Mobile World Congress Highlights

Samsung Unveils the Galaxy S5

Monday night saw the reveal of their flagship mobile device: the Galaxy S5.

Mobile Congress: Day One in Barcelona

The world's biggest mobile show, Mobile World Congress, has just ended in Barcelona, Spain.

Italian Government to Help Pompeii Restoration

Italy says it will provide €2 million in emergency funding to save the ancient city of Pompeii, after serious flooding has caused ancient archaeological structures to collapse.

Putin Nominated for 2014 Peace Prize

Russian President Vladimir Putin has been nominated for the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize.

Eurostar Passengers Break the 10 Million Mark

The cross-channel train operator Eurostar says it has carried more than 10 million passengers in 2013 for the first time since it began in 1994, as the economic recovery lifted demand for business travel.

Scientists Testing New Osteoarthritis Treatment

SOURCE:The European Commission Research and Innovation Information Centre

EU-funded researchers are seeking to determine how stem cells derived from adult fat tissue can activate the regeneration of cartilage.

Europe's Longest Serving Prime Minister Resigns

Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip has announced his decision to resign, after nine years in office, paving the way for a successor to lead his party into 2015 elections.

French housing market falling behind

With the demand for housing in France at an all time high, the market has failed to push forwards from the last two years of poor revenue, with 2014 looking like becoming the bleakest yet.