People will still be needed on factory floors, even as robots become more common. Future operators will have technical support and be super-strong, super-smart and constantly connected.
A network of EU experts helps monitor food safety, banking conduct and medicines. And no-one seems to have a plan for replacing them.
Car seats and their endless harnesses, straps and buckles feel like an engineering nightmare for parents. But they work.
You're four times as likely to have an accident while talking on the phone while driving – even hands free.
Older people in nursing homes or aged care facilities are often locked up "for their own safety", which new research says isn't usually needed.
The recent film Sully reveals just what pilots are facing in a disaster situation.
Air crash investigators will be piecing together the events leading up to the crash of a charter aircraft in Essendon this week.
Together, three recent events mark a crucial turning point in the development of autonomous cars: They are both safer and more advanced than ever before.
Along with an increase in demand, NHS ambulance services are seeing a growth in patient safety incidents.
The crash near Medellin killed 75 people, including many members of a top Brazilian football team, but amazingly left six survivors.
As self-driving cars proliferate, we need a system to handle difficult situations.
Modern life is stressful – here's how to make your local neighbourhood a haven.
Investigations into the tragic accident which left four people dead at an amusement park could lead to changes in the safety regulations.
How can companies brought low by scandal or failure remember the lessons they should be learning?
There is a way to improve safety across a rapidly evolving range of advanced mobility technologies and vehicles. The answer is connectivity.
The movie Sully, out today, tells the story of Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger who landed an Airbus A320-214 in New York's Hudson River. To accident experts, this was no crash landing.
Are Americans at increasing risk of being killed in a terrorist attack? A sociologist explains how the way we remember the dead may make it feel that way.
Knowing how rip currents form and how to spot them could save your life.
Weighing up the costs and benefits in a dangerous world.
As automobile technology advanced, so did our safety measures. UC Denver and MIT sociologists explain how to do the same with guns.