Two decades after the demise of the Concorde, the return of supersonic flight is on the horizon. The question is whether we really need to get there that quickly.
From detecting explosives to sniffing out cancer, it seems there’s little that escapes the nose of man’s best friend.
We are all connected by glass fibre lines, no wider than a human hair and running for thousands of kilometres under the oceans.
We can't get enough of its sage wisdom, which explains why the self-help industry is booming. But is what it has to say all that sage, asks Josh Sims.
If individuality is centred on uniqueness, why do we expect other people to think and act like us?