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UN’s First UV and Weather Forecast App Launched

The United Nations (UN) announced on June 21 the launch of its first SunSmart Global UV App. This is a smart application to measure ultraviolet…

4 Ways a Lawyer Can Help After a Construction Accident

In 2019, the construction industry employed over 11 million people. According to the BLS, the year saw approximately 1,000 construction industry fatalities accounting for 20.7%…

Tiny Fish-Shaped Robot Collects Microplastics As It Swims

Microplastics are tiny plastic particles that fragment from plastic waste such as water bottles. Once dispersed into the environment, they are hard to get rid…

Environmentally Friendly Bricks Filters Air Pollution from Rainwater Runoff and Replenishes Groundwater

Impervious surfaces associated with urbanization reduce infiltration and increase surface runoff. Moreover, the increased amount and rapidity of storm-water or surface runoff is polluting the…

Artificial Photosynthesis Allows Scientists to Grow Food without Sunlight

We all know that photosynthesis is the primary source of all food on earth. It is the process by which the plants create food using…

Six Reasons Why an Electric Vehicle is a Good Investment

If you are in the market for a new car, you may be considering making the change to an electric vehicle. Though they are not…

Physicists Successfully Build an Atom Laser That Can Stay On Forever

Physicists from the University of Amsterdam have managed to create an atom laser that can last forever.  Lasers are used in many products such as…

Tensioned Fabric Structures Vs. Tent Structures: What You Need to Know

People tend to get confused about tensioned fabric and tent structures, as both are made using flexible fabric materials, but in reality, the two are…

Coal Returns In Europe Amid Energy Crisis

Russia’s coal supply tightening has led to the predictable scenario of gas shortages in Europe. Despite being mentally prepared, the European Union (EU) countries still…

Treasure worth $17 Billion Found Intact On 300-Year-Old Spanish Shipwreck

The Colombian National Navy recently released the images and videos of the wreck of Spain’s San José treasure galleon. The 18th-century ship was sunk by…

The World’s Largest Plane Ascends To a Record Height of 27,000 Feet during Its Latest Test Flight

Roc, the world’s largest airplane, longer than a football field, completed its seventh test flight yesterday from Mojave Air and Space Port in California. Roc’s…

Scientists Have Crafted Living Skin for Robots

Scientists are working hard to make humanoid robots look real. They believe it could improve the robot’s communication efficiency and its likability of robotics. By making…

Scientists Discover Polar Bears Thriving Despite Lack of Sea Ice

Polar bears are highly dependent on sea ice. They hunt their prey from the edge of sea ice and often live off their fat reserves…

Air Liquide Sealed a New Long-Term Renewable Energy PPA with Vattenfall

The French industrial company Air Liquide signed a new power purchase agreement (PPA) with Swedish Vattenfall in addition to the previous one from March 2021,…

A Beer a Day Can Keep The Doctor Away!

We all know that drinking moderate amounts of beer has certain health benefits, such as a lower risk of heart disease, improved blood sugar control,…