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Thermal Flow Meters: Working Principle, Pros and Cons, and Design

Thermal flow meters use the fluid’s heat conductivity, both liquids, and gases, to find out the mass flow. Not like volumetric flow meters, for example,…

U.S. Military launched Powerful Mass-Surveillance Balloons to spy on the Midwest

The Pentagon is conducting mass surveillance tests across six Midwest states by launching spy balloons. These high altitude balloons offer a cheap monitoring platform to…

Ford and Audi Recall 1.3 Million and 144k Vehicles Respectively

Recalling a vehicle after having completed your vigorous and analytical testing rounds and it has left your production lines is always a moment of shame…

New Alzheimer’s Test can Predict Disease 20 years before Symptoms Show

Worldwide, millions of people suffer from Alzheimer’s disease. It is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior. Symptoms of this…

Relativity Space Gathers an Investment of Over $100 Million for a Huge 3D Printing Farm

Relativity Space, a California-based startup that pioneers the field of metal 3D printing for aerospace applications has gathered a total of $104.7 million through three…

Irish Teen Figured Out How to Suck Microplastics from Drinking Water

Recently scientists detected Microplastics in drinking water as well as in drinking water sources.  Microplastics in the water have an effect on humans, animals, and…

A California Startup Says It’s Close to Creating Lab-Grown Dairy

After seeing the first samples of lab-grown meat last year, it looks like the time for artificial dairy has come, as a California-based startup called…

Scientists Discover New Super-Earth That Could Have Life

NASA’s super powerful TESS (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite) discovered exoplanet that may be capable of supporting life. This exoplanet is circling a nearby star in…

Gustafson Porter + Bowman Wins Competition to Redesign The Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower is one of the most iconic landmarks in the world, standing in the heart of Paris since 1889, symbolizing man’s achievements in…

Japanese Scientist is creating Human-Animal Hybrids for Organ Harvesting

After waiting for more than a decade, Stem cell scientist Hiromitsu Nakauchi has finally received the approval of the Japanese government to carry out experiments with human-animal…

Ethiopia Planted Over 350 Million Trees in a Day

As part of a campaign to fight with climate change and deforestation, Ethiopians planted over 350 million trees in a day. Ethiopia’s national reforestation program has…

Putting “cat whiskers” on Small Drones to Avoid Collisions

Researchers at the University of Queensland in Australia are developing a whisker-based sensing system that they hope could help small drones avoid obstacles and collisions…

Volvo’s New Military Transport Can Drive Sideways

Recently, a French defense and security vehicle firm, Arquus, unveiled its latest concept vehicle that has been designed for the French Army. The vehicle has…

The Future of Electric Bikes

Bicycles have changed quite a bit since their invention in the early 1800s — the original velocipede didn’t include brakes, chains, gears or even pedals.…

Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends

Strategic technology is defined by its potential to disrupt existing technological standards, and forever change the way people solve an essential problem. Considering the rate…