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Lack of space in major cities is forcing architects to come up with new housing solutions. We take a look at some of the most innovative.
With over half the world's population now aged under 30, some cities are better than others at catering for young people. Where would you live?
Poll: With over half the world's population now aged under 30, some cities are better than others at catering for young people. Where would you live?
A growing network of robotics manufacturers are working hard to help integrate machines into defense and law enforcement organizations.
With cities growing rapidly, great strain is being placed on healthcare. How is innovation helping to lower costs and make patients better?
Singapore is one of the most forward thinking cities when it comes to sustainability, and now other Asian cities are looking to it for inspiration.
In the course of rapid urbanization, environmental issues often take a back seat. This city in Asia however, has managed to balance growth and sustainability.
Copenhagen's high-tech industries are poised to boost Denmark's economy as the capital sets its sights on innovation and green living.
In our ongoing coverage of innovative cities, CNBC's Louisa Bojesen gets behind the operations of a Danish company that gives total control to the eyes.
Advances in technology mean that we'll soon be able to connect with friends and loved ones in vivid, 'almost real' video calls.
Liu Thai-Ker, chairman of the advisory board of the Centre for Liveable Cities, says China can learn lessons from Singapore on how to create sustainable cities.
Henry Steed, principle design director at ICN Design International, says investing in sustainable infrastructure now will provide good returns in the long term.
Technology is improving the lives of amputees, enabling them to move prosthetic limbs just by thinking. How?
How are authorities in the Basque Country using technology to care for ageing, chronically ill patients?
How are technology and the internet making our domestic lives more intuitive, productive and, perhaps most importantly, cost effective?
The way our children learn is changing. How are advances in technology helping them broaden their educational horizons?
How is cutting edge surveillance technology enabling authorities around the world to prevent - and react to - criminal activity?
How is today's technology warning us of potential health risks, and helping to save lives in critical emergencies?
An economics prize looks to ease Britain's housing crunch by challenging entrants to come up with a new garden city design.
How are London and Guangzhou, China, planning for the public transport challenges of the future?