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Japan’s hayabusa2 successfully landed on an asteroid to scoop samples from the dawn of the solar system

The Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa-2 has landed on the surface of Ryugu ( a near-Earth asteroid). Now it is expected to extract the samples from beneath…

UAE’s ‘Noor Abu Dhabi’ is the World’s Largest Solar Power Project

United Arab Emirates (UAE) takes the lead in going green by unveiling ‘Noor Abu Dhabi’ the largest individual solar power project in the world. Developed…

America’s Top 10 Most Dangerous Jobs

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics, the top 10 most dangerous jobs have more than double the rate fatalities across all occupations,…

French Scientists Say they’ve Finally Made Metallic Hydrogen

Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe; scientists have been trying all sorts of techniques to produce metallic hydrogen for decades. Now, a…

How Machine Learning (A.I.) is Improving Construction

We are constantly hearing the terms AI (Artificial Intelligence) and Machine Learning, but what does it mean? In general, the term “artificial intelligence” means a…

BoringPhone can save you from Smartphone Addiction

Smartphones are no doubt a necessity to modern living and can be a hugely productive tool. But excessive smartphone use could result in profound changes…

Robot Fish Powered By Blood-Like Battery Fluid Can Swim For Over 36 Hours

A team of engineers at Cornell’s Organic Robotics Lab has created a soft robotic lionfish that is powered by its own artificial circulatory system. Main…

John Deere’s Tweel: The Tire That Never Goes Flat

The chronicles of pneumatic tire have been written since 1888 when Irish inventor John Boyd Dunlop unveiled his creation. But there seems to be one…

Scientists Took World’s Smallest MRI Scan of an Atom

In a big breakthrough, scientists from U.S. and South Korea have performed the world’s smallest magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). They used a highly specialized device…

Manufacturing and Use of Wire Rod

This type of product is quite common and can be used in a wide variety of industries, as well as other spheres. Naturally, the main…

Research Reveals Exotic Quantum States by Stacking Layers of Graphene Together

Graphene is indeed a “wonder material”. It is ultra-lightweight, extremely flexible, super thin, good conductor and yet 200 times stronger than steel. It has emerged…

CO2 Is Greener than Using Water in Fracking

Hydraulic fracturing fluid is essential for creating fractures to tap unconventional oil and gas resources. The fracturing fluid is comprised of approximately 90% water mixed…

Glucose-Powered Artificial Muscles That Functions Like the Real Thing

Researchers from Linköping University in Sweden have created artificial muscles that are powered by glucose and oxygen, just like the actual muscle found in living…

The Boring Company to Develop its Next Loop on Las Vegas

The Boring Company has been assigned a contract by the city of Las Vegas that asks it to design and build a high-speed loop for…

Saving Costs With Strong And Lightweight 3D Woven Composite Fabrics

Many engineers are shifting from traditional two-dimensional (2D) fabrics to advanced composites based on 3D woven fabrics, for applications that call for superior strength, elasticity,…