Solar Paint: A Revolutionary Green Technology – Lower cost, wider application, less maintenance
Solar Paint: A Revolutionary Green Technology – Lower cost, wider application, less maintenance
The Impact of 3D Printing on Supply Chain Management in Manufacturing
The Impact of 3D Printing on Supply Chain Management in Manufacturing
Lasers and Their Role in Space Debris Management
Lasers and Their Role in Space Debris Management
Graphene: “Worlds Strongest Material”; Why Isnt’ Graphene the Superstar of Electronics Design and Engineering? Yet.
Graphene: “Worlds Strongest Material”; Why Isnt’ Graphene the Superstar of Electronics Design and Engineering? Yet.
Electric Dreams: The Latest Advances in Battery Design, Electrifications Systems and Onboard Data Use for EVs
Electric Dreams: The Latest Advances in Battery Design, Electrifications Systems and Onboard Data Use for EVs

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. […]

Exxon Predicted Global Warming in the 1970s Harvard Study Shows

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Oil and gas giant Exxon Mobil, with a current market capitalization of $466 billion, predicted global warming in the 1970s. A study was published on Thursday in the journal Science […]

Are Miles-Long Solar Space Satellites Viable?

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As the world rushes to adopt renewable energy production practices, the European Space Agency (ESA) is looking to the stars for possible solutions to the global energy crisis. Solar power […]

Offshore Wind Power Generation is 125 Times Better for Taxpayers Than Oil or Gas: Gizmodo

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Most people already know that offshore wind power is significantly better for the environment compared to oil and gas. However, a new study from the Center for American Progress [1] […]

Record Shipping Costs Creating Issues in the Automotive Industry

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The automotive industry has struggled to recover from the pandemic-related supply chain disruption. It has now been some time since the global shortage of microchips, and the sector faces yet […]

Microrobots made of algae could help fight Streptococcus pneumoniae and other bacteria

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A team of researchers from the University of California San Diego has developed microrobots that could help fight pneumonia. The microrobots’ surface is speckled with antibiotic-filled nanoparticles. These microrobots are […]

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