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In the latest issue
A Formula E car racing on track

Electric motorsport Formula E launched with a blaze of publicity last year. But although the buzz has died down, does it have the spark to boost sales of electric cars?

Mammoth in the Mars Yard at the Powerhouse museum in Sydney

We visit the largest civilian field robotics and intelligent systems group in the world, the Australian Centre for Field Robotics at Sydney University, to see what autonomous machines can do to make people’s lives easier, and what the future holds.

A toy robot

Disenchantment with a fear-fuelled interpretation of science prompted Isaac Asimov to author the Three Laws of Robotics. Do they still hold up today?