Overseas candidates are already seeking employers outside of the UK
Can virtual reality really soothe pain? Jo Marchant meets the doctors who say yes, and who hope this is a solution to the country consuming 80 per cent of the world’s opioid supply: the United States of America
Tech Execs are working towards a smartphone free world
Analysis: Until now, the various levels of security protecting the messages in a phone from anyone trying to read them have been seen as more or less impenetrable
The average age for UK children to own their own phone is seven, surveys suggest
Three quarters of children aged six months to three years use a touchscreen device every day
'It is of critical importance that we provide necessary safeguards in regards to the use of technology'
As with most new technologies, it raises security and privacy issues
Ellen E Jones investigates how close we are to the dystopian future depicted in the film
Water technology may be able to help find missing people
Research on rodents has provided many of the epilepsy treatments that are used today, but these don’t work for everyone
Squeamish reactions put us off trying green products (insect flour, anyone?), but psychology might have the solution
Scientific theories can take many years of research to prove, but the astonishing realisation of time crystals took just half a decade
Young women are discouraged from studying male-dominated subjects in Africa. But thanks to Ghana's first science academy, gifted girls can pursue STEM subjects. Rhianna Ilube meets three students paving the way for others
Augmented reality and holographic projections could hold benefits for victims testifying against sexual assault
Last month, the parliament’s legal affairs committee voted to to begin drafting a set of regulations to govern the development and use of artificial intelligence and robotics. It sounds bizarre but could we see a future where AI could get married and do other things that people can?