Smart Cars and Cybersecurity: Navigating the Risks and Steps to Safeguard
Smart Cars and Cybersecurity: Navigating the Risks and Steps to Safeguard
Space Weather Forecasting: Enhancing Aerospace Safety and Safeguarding Infrastructure
Space Weather Forecasting: Enhancing Aerospace Safety and Safeguarding Infrastructure
Water Purification Innovations: Can Environmental Engineering Solve the World’s Water Crisis?
Water Purification Innovations: Can Environmental Engineering Solve the World’s Water Crisis?
Electric Propulsion Systems: The Future of Eco-Friendly Spaceflight
Electric Propulsion Systems: The Future of Eco-Friendly Spaceflight
Solar Paint: A Revolutionary Green Technology – Lower cost, wider application, less maintenance
Solar Paint: A Revolutionary Green Technology – Lower cost, wider application, less maintenance

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 […]

DART Mission’s kinetic impactor could save the Earth from rogue asteroids — successful planetary defense test proves effectiveness

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As the theory for the extinction of dinosaurs goes, an asteroid hit Earth 66 million years ago, causing global devastation and killing three-quarters of all life on the planet. With […]

Everything you wanted to know about the NASA Artemis mission

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Fifty years after man last set foot on the moon, in 1972’s Apollo 17 mission, NASA is gearing up to do it again.  In collaboration with several commercial and international […]

Is ammonia the jet fuel of the future? What other alternatives are there for commercial aviation?

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With increasingly “congested skies”, is ammonia the jet fuel of the future? What are the other “eco-friendly options, commercially viable for aviation? In this feature, we’ll examine the most promising […]

Europe trying to break China’s monopoly for “rare-earth elements” and reduce dependence for other minerals

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With rising inflation on everyone’s minds and the threat of fuel shortages making the outlook for the winter months seem bleak, the European Union is looking for ways to reduce […]

US Airforce tests hypersonic missile successfully at five times speed of sound

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For the first time, the United States Airforce has successfully test-fired a hypersonic missile at up to five times the speed of sound. According to a recent press release [1], […]

The latest breakthroughs in EV technology; batteries that charge in under 10 minutes 

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Electric vehicles (EVs) have moved past the early adopter phase into mainstream, with growing popularity and an increase in charging infrastructure. The reason for this is simple: they are much […]

Scientists discover evidence of water on the moon: spectrometer revealed 30 hydroxyl parts per million collected by Chinese Lunar Lander Chang’E-5A

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Since astronauts first landed on the Moon in 1969 and brought back the first samples of lunar rock, scientists have been carrying out all types of experiments to uncover the […]

Breakthrough: tiny probes that can explore your spinal cord — less invasive techniques for exploring and treating the spinal cord

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There are few parts of the human anatomy that are as delicate as the spinal cord. This essential but fragile part of the nervous system carries vital information between the brain […]

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