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What You Need to Know About Injection Molding?

You can use injection molding in a wide range of production processes. Toys, plastic trinkets, car body pieces, drink bottles, containers, mobile phone covers, and…

A feasible proposal to store all of UK’s nuclear waste safely

The University of Sheffield in the UK has published a study where they present a new proposal on nuclear waste storage. The UK has gradually…

Germany is Shutting Down its Nuclear Plants

Germany is Shutting Down its Nuclear Plants While Germany now has a center-left government and a new chancellor, some policies of the previous regime remain…

Huaneng announces completion of the world’s largest floating solar farm

The China Huaneng Group has announced that the 320,000-kilowatt floating solar power station in Dingzhuang has been put into operation, and everything works as expected.…

Tiny electrical knee implants could help treat pain of millions of arthritis sufferers

Arthritis is a common and painful disease, affecting millions of people worldwide. More than 350 million people have arthritis globally. The main symptoms of arthritis…

Satellite Images captured destruction in Tonga Where Volcano Erupted

The violent eruption of an underwater volcano near Tonga on January 15 spawned a 4-foot tsunami. It also resulted in an ash cloud 12 miles…

Why Your Business Needs an Energy Management System

It has become very important for businesses to focus on their energy consumption levels, adopt environmentally friendly practices and promote sustainable development. By doing so,…

Doosan Bobcat T7X is the world’s first electric digger

Doosan Bobcat has presented a new digger and truck loader model codenamed ‘T7X’, and it’s the world’s first fully-electric excavation equipment. The product was presented…

Linear vs Rotary Actuators: Which Is Better?

Actuators are one of the most important elements in many applications, but especially production plants. They are the device that makes things move and turn…

Scientists Identify Brain Signals Associated With OCD for the First Time

For the first time, scientists have been able to closely observe activity in the brain that’s directly linked to OCD. This is encouraging news, especially…

Scientists Confirm That Pregnant Women Consuming Artificial Sweeteners Likely To Have Fat Babies

Stevia or aspartame are widely used artificial sweeteners and popular sugar substitutes in low-calorie food and drinks, including diet sodas. These low-calorie sweeteners allow people to…

Scientists Achieve a New Efficiency Record of 21.4% for Solar Cells

The efficiency, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness of “Perovskite Solar Cell” make them the fastest-growing solar cell technologies. But the technology is still facing a major challenge:…

New mRNA Vaccine That Could Protect Against Skin

Did you know that skin cancer is the most common in the United States? Current estimates are that one in five Americans will develop skin…

A wearable clip to detect the SARS-CoV-2 air exposure

Masks, social distancing, sanitizers, and proper hygiene help control the spread of coronavirus. But sometimes even our best efforts are not good enough to protect…

Scientists Just Discovered the First Exoplanet Shaped Like a Rugby Ball

In a groundbreaking new study, astronomers have discovered an exoplanet that looks more like a rugby ball than a sphere.  The planet called WASP-103b is…