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Many believe the US is on the brink of a new industrial age, as it benefits from a recent energy boom. Here we look at the major components of hydraulic fracturing, its environmental implications, and its impact on the US and global economies

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Many believe the US is on the brink of a new industrial age, as it benefits from a recent energy boom. Here we look at the major components of hydraulic fracturing, its environmental implications, and its impact on the US and global economies

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Technology The New Economy travels to the 2014 Innorobo conference in France to meet Nao: a humanoid robot capable of emulating human behaviour and expressing emotions

Nao is the time for robolution: humanoid robot creates a buzz at Innorobo 2014 | Video

The New Economy travels to the 2014 Innorobo conference in France to meet Nao: a humanoid robot capable of emulating human behaviour and expressing emotions

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Technology The New Economy speaks to Jeffrey Budiman and Michael Budi from Southeast Asia's largest augmented reality and innovation technology company, Augmented Reality & Co, to discuss the future of augmented reality

Augmented reality to make dreams come true | AR&Co | Video

The New Economy speaks to Jeffrey Budiman and Michael Budi from Southeast Asia’s largest augmented reality and innovation technology company, Augmented Reality & Co, to discuss the future of augmented reality

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Technology From telepresence to home surveillance, the future of robotics looks bright, as The New Economy found out at the Innorobo 2014 conference in Lyon earlier this month

Future of robotics gets people talking at Innorobo 2014 | Video

From telepresence to home surveillance, the future of robotics looks bright, as The New Economy found out at the Innorobo 2014 conference in Lyon earlier this month

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Energy The New Economy talks to Dr David Robson of Tethys Petroleum, one of the major oil and gas companies in Central Asia, about the opportunities the region presents for oil exploration

Dr David Robson on oil and gas in Central Asia | Tethys Petroleum | Video

The New Economy talks to Dr David Robson of Tethys Petroleum, one of the major oil and gas companies in Central Asia, about the opportunities the region presents for oil exploration

Technology The New Economy visited the Innorobo conference in Lyon this week and talked to robotics expert, Bruno Bonnell, about what a 'robolution' could mean for humankind

I ain’t afraid of no robot: expert says ‘robolution’ has ‘already started’ at Innorobo | Video

The New Economy visited the Innorobo conference in Lyon this week and talked to robotics expert, Bruno Bonnell, about what a ‘robolution’ could mean for humankind

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Technology The New Economy visited the Innorobo conference in Lyon this week, and of all the robotics innovations we saw, this little guy seemed to be the favourite

Nao wows Innorobo with Gangnam Style | Video

The New Economy visited the Innorobo conference in Lyon this week, and of all the robotics innovations we saw, this little guy seemed to be the favourite

Energy Global leaders need to work together rather than 'rattle sabres' in order to minimise the risk of an energy crisis in Europe, says former Secretary for Energy and Transport Lord David Howell

Ukraine crisis: ‘cold war warriors rattling sabres,’ says Lord David Howell | Video

Global leaders need to work together rather than ‘rattle sabres’ in order to minimise the risk of an energy crisis in Europe, says former Secretary for Energy and Transport Lord David Howell

Technology The New Economy interviews Professor Adrian Cheok of City University London to find out about a new technology that will allow people to taste and smell through their mobile phones

Using mobiles to smell: how technology is giving us our senses | Video

The New Economy interviews Professor Adrian Cheok of City University London to find out about a new technology that will allow people to taste and smell through their mobile phones

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Technology The New Economy interviews Terry Kawashima, Managing Director of OKI Europe and OKI Systems Germany, as it launches its new A3 five-colour printer at Viscom: the International Trade Fair for Visual Communication

Terry Kawashima on five-colour printing | OKI | Video

The New Economy interviews Terry Kawashima, Managing Director of OKI Europe and OKI Systems Germany, as it launches its new A3 five-colour printer at Viscom: the International Trade Fair for Visual Communication

Technology The New Economy interviews Chuck Hansen, CEO of Electro Scan, on the disruptive technology for detecting leaks in sewers and pipes

Chuck Hansen on detecting sewer leaks | Electro Scan | Video

The New Economy interviews Chuck Hansen, CEO of Electro Scan, on the disruptive technology for detecting leaks in sewers and pipes

Technology The New Economy interviews Mike Dinsdale, CFO of DocuSign, on the advantages of digital signatures over our more traditional pen-and-ink scribbles

Mike Dinsdale on eSignatures vs pen-and-ink | Video

The New Economy interviews Mike Dinsdale, CFO of DocuSign, on the advantages of digital signatures over our more traditional pen-and-ink scribbles

Technology The New Economy interviews Tim Harford, author of 'The Undercover Economist Strikes Back', on what we can learn from experimenting with economics in video games

Tim Harford on economic experiments in video games | Video

The New Economy interviews Tim Harford, author of ‘The Undercover Economist Strikes Back’, on what we can learn from experimenting with economics in video games

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