Regulating the Final Frontier: How Laws and Policies are Shaping Commercial Space Activities
Regulating the Final Frontier: How Laws and Policies are Shaping Commercial Space Activities
Sustainable Manufacturing: The Future of Biomaterials in Reducing GreenHouse Emissions up to 80 Percent
Sustainable Manufacturing: The Future of Biomaterials in Reducing GreenHouse Emissions up to 80 Percent
Advances in Biomechanics: Shaping the Future of Prosthetics and Improving Quality of Life
Advances in Biomechanics: Shaping the Future of Prosthetics and Improving Quality of Life
Emerging Trends in Biofuels: A Game Changer for the Energy Sector
Emerging Trends in Biofuels: A Game Changer for the Energy Sector
How Robotics is Revolutionizing Safety and Efficiency in Oil and Gas Operations: A Comprehensive Analysis
How Robotics is Revolutionizing Safety and Efficiency in Oil and Gas Operations: A Comprehensive Analysis

Tidal Power Mega Project to Power Up to 1 Million Homes in Europe

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Renewable energy is playing an increasingly important role in the transition to a more sustainable future. Today, tidal power is emerging as a promising source of clean energy. In Liverpool, […]

V-BAT is being tested by US Army to replace “Shadow” — the future of unmanned aircraft systems

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As the US Army seeks to replace their RQ-7B “Shadow” tactical drone, first deployed in 2001 — and renowned for its impressive list of accomplishments — Northrop Grumman and Shield […]

Unprecedented risk: Humans infected by a fungal pathogen found in plants in eerie echo of The Last of Us drama.

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In a case that is eerily reminiscent of the popular HBO drama The Last of Us, a 61-year old man in India has been infected with a rare fungal pathogen […]

Swimming Autonomous Micro-Robot Mimics Bacteria to Analyze and Differentiate Human Cells

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A cutting-edge technology, inspired by the natural world, introduces a new potential for medical diagnostics and treatment. The marvels of nature continue to inspire ground-breaking innovations in science and technology, […]

Korean intraocular lens may help with early Alzheimer’s detection: KIMM’s smart contact lense may

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Alzheimer’s disease is a brain disorder that usually leads to dementia. The disease destroys individuals’ thinking and memory skills, and after a certain time, individuals may lose the ability to […]

Laser weapons may be the future of aerial defence; Lockheed Martin showcases new laser weapon

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Lockheed Martin, a global aerospace and defense company, has recently demonstrated its new ruggedized 50kW laser weapon that can integrate with the Stryker combat vehicle. This demonstration was part of […]

Artemis update: first human mission to the mysterious lunar South Pole

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The Artemis III mission by 2025 will be historic as it will be the first human mission to the mysterious south pole region of the moon. The mission will be […]

From silent cars to “stealth” fighters — the state of EVTOL technology; is it flight ready for commercial use?

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Flying cars have long been thought of as the hallmark of futurism. But with advancements in EVTOL tech the future is close to becoming our reality. Electric Vertical Takeoff and […]

Innovative Tech: Converting old mines to “gravity batteries” — sand into energy

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As the world becomes more eco-conscious, there’s a focus on moving away from fossil fuels to renewable energy. The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) estimates that by 2050, 90% of […]

Innovative underwater telescopes can detect neutrinos and may help revise our understanding of the Universe

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The new KM3NeT telescopes ARCA and ORCA have scientists around the world excited. Here’s what we know about this revolutionary project. Neutrino particles are mysterious and elusive, but the next […]

Earth-sized exoplanet LHS 475 b revealed by advanced new James Webb Space Telescope — exploring strange new worlds

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The James Webb Telescope (JWST) is a space telescope launched on December 25th, 2021. It is the most powerful and advanced telescope of its kind. The JWST aims to explore […]

Hummer and Hyundai’s four-way steering “e-corner” showcased breakthrough “crabwalk” steering enhancements

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The concept of wheels that turned 90° and allowed for horizontal driving and crabwalking was first seen in Paris in 1927, on what was then a novel front-wheel drive car. […]

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