Offsetting Your Personal Carbon Footprint with VYVE
The carbon-tracking app helps individuals neutralize transport-related emissions.
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Hubble at 30: A Detailed Look at How It Snapshots the Stars
The space telescope has redefined our understanding of the universe.
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Bill Gates to Build Small Nuclear Power Plants to Supplement Solar and Wind Power
Gates’ nuclear venture, TerraPower, will be spearheading the Natrium project.
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The Motorbike of the Future Is Electric
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LG Unveils New Wearable Air Purifier Mask
The electronics company is creating their own solution to address the mask shortage.
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Apple May Be Working on a Self-Driving Car Featuring Controlled Doors and VR System
Is the tech giant releasing a possible electric vehicle in the near future?
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This Week In Engineering: Anti-COVID Fabrics, Perovskite Solar Cells and Amazon's Project Kuiper
This Week in Engineering Jim provides insights on major industry events and trends.
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Changing Climate Sparks High Tech Battle Against Wildfires
Traditional firefighting methods aren’t enough to extinguish the planet’s supercharged flames.
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Spain Shuts Down Half of Its Coal Power Stations
Advanced economies abandon coal while global use continues to grow.
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SpaceX Breaks New Reusability Record with Its Sixth Falcon 9 Launch
This 11th Starlink mission marks a new milestone with the Falcon 9 rocket.
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Can IceWind’s Six-Bladed Microturbines Power Off-Grid Homes?
Iceland’s vertical axis wind turbines launched in the U.S. last month.
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This Hydrogen-Powered Hypercar Boasts Space-Age Technology
Hyperion’s XP-1 features a 1,000-mile range, rapid refueling capabilities, and space-age technology.
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NASA's OSIRIS-REx Ready for Touchdown Following Final Practice Run
NASA’s first asteroid sample return mission is officially prepared for its long-awaited touchdown.
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This Week in Engineering: Nuclear Fusion Reactor, Electric Commuter Plane and Scanner on "Spot" the Robot Dog
This Week in Engineering Jim provides insights on major industry events and trends.
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How Boeing’s 747 Revolutionized Aviation
The world’s first jumbo jet transformed the air travel and aerospace industries.
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New 3D Printing Technique to Create Soft Shape-Shifting Materials
Potential applications include adaptive biomedical implants.
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Software Can Identify Drug-Resistant Genes in Bacteria That Cause Infectious Diseases
The machine learning algorithm uses patterns in AMR proteins to detect genes in bacteria.
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SpaceX’s Starship Vehicle Aces First Test Flight
Massive spacecraft could transport 100 passengers at a time to Mars.
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Antiviral Clothing Aims to Shield Against COVID-19
PROTX2 AV chemical disrupts the virus’s ability to replicate.
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Soft Humanoid Hands Help Robots Grasp Fragile Objects
A new soft humanoid hand helps a robot perform tasks that involve a light touch and a strong grasp.
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