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Water Damage and Its Effects on Manufacturing

Manufacturing is one of the largest branches of engineering, accounting for ten percent of the US GDP. Manufacturing plants face significant risks during their operation.…

Graveyard for the World’s Junk, Chile’s Atacama Desert May Hold Clues to Finding Life on Mars

Chile’s Atacama Desert has become a graveyard for the world’s garbage. Each year thousands of tons of discarded clothing, shoes, and scrapped tires end up…

Universal Vaccine That Could Bring an End to the Flu Season

Researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania have made a breakthrough in designing a vaccine against all 20 known subtypes…

Porsche: 100kWh Battery for the New 2024 Macan EV

Porsche presented the technical specifications of the next Porsche Macan, which will be completely electric and is introduced as the sportiest SUV in its class.…

Scientists Find Common Features between Human and Octopuses Brains

Octopuses are known to be the most intelligent of all invertebrates (animals that lack a vertebral column or backbone). Each of the octopus’s arms has a small…

Spanish ACCIONA to Develop a Mega Wind Project in Australia

The Spanish ACCIONA Energia will develop a mega A$2 billion (US$ 1.36 billion) wind park in Queensland, Australia. The project will be developed at the…

How to Check a Used Car Before Purchasing It

Anyone who wants to buy a used car has a variety of reasons for doing so. Buying a used car is cheaper, less expensive to…

Vaping May Result In More Frequent Trips to the Dentist

E-cigarettes were developed as an alternative to smoking and a tool to help quit smoking. Also known as “e-cigs,” “vapes,” “e-hookahs,” “vape pens” etc, e-cigarettes are…

This New Smart Bandage Could Offer Hope for People with Chronic Wounds

Scientists at Stanford University have developed a wireless ‘smart’ bandage that promises speedy tissue repair by simultaneously monitoring and treating wounds. Worldwide Millions of people…

Japanese Company Uses Snow To Generate Electricity

Through snow, we can create electricity. Forte, a Japanese tech company, is working with Tokyo’s University of Electro-Communications to bring this form of power generation…

Morand’s eTechnology Promises 72-Second City EV Charging

Worldwide Electric vehicles (EVs) are gaining popularity. However, the time taken to charge it is a big problem. But things are going to change, as…

‘Good Cholesterol’ May Not Be Really Good For Your Heart, As Scientists Once Believed

Medical science always believed that high levels of HDL cholesterol were associated with a lower risk for coronary heart disease and stroke. High-density lipoprotein (HDL)…

4 Reasons to Consider Buying a Military Car for Personal Use

These days, anyone can own a vehicle that was previously owned by the military, as long as it’s not armored or weaponized. As a matter…

5 Ways To Reduce Individual Carbon Footprint To Live A Sustainable Life

In recent years, the spotlight on climate change has been high because of its visible environmental impact. Countries across the globe are doing their best…

Scientists Develop ‘Invisible Dietary Fiber’ To Make Food Healthier

Fiber is the part of plant foods that our bodies do not break down during digestion and passes through the body undigested. Also called roughage…