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Scientists Use Smartphones to Detect Pollutants in Water

Up to 80% of illnesses in the developing world are linked to contaminated drinking water. Every year millions of people in impoverished countries die due to waterborne…

Paragon’s Liquid Hydrogen-Fuelled Evtol Has 800 Miles Range

Aviation firm Paragon VTOL Aerospace has unveiled an eVTOL aircraft that uses liquid hydrogen to extend its range. Called Soar, the eVTOL aircraft has a…

Scientists Engineer Rechargeable Glow-In-The-Dark Plants That Could Serve As Street Lights

Considering the problems associated with climate change, worldwide scientists are working towards an eco-friendly and energy-efficient era. Now MIT scientists have come up with glow-in-the-dark…

Apple Will Soon Give Up Resisting USB-C Chargers for iPhone

Currently, almost all premium Android phones come with a USB-C connector except for the iPhone. Apple’s iPhones use a proprietary charging cable and port. Called…

All You Need to Know When Hiring a Contractor for Commercial Estate

Hiring a competent contractor is crucial when you are setting up a business. However, like every other investment you will be making, there are a…

Helicopter-Shaped Microchip Are the Tiniest Structures to Take Flight

Engineers at Northwestern University have developed a new microchip that can fly through the air. These tiny wonders are going to be used for aerial…

Metal Forging vs Casting – Know The Difference!

We use different types of metals in our day-to-day activities. From your refrigerator to the oven and sometimes even your furniture is made up of…

Remote-Controlled Microrobots Propelled By Ultrasound for Targeted Drug Delivery

Nanobots have the great potential to optimize drug delivery in the human body. Although significant progress has been made, the use of microrobots in medicine still faces…

How the Trains of the Future Could Get a Lot More Silent and Less Annoying

One of the biggest problems with trains is the noise they make, and this is also the source of opposition coming from local communities that…

The World’s Most Efficient Solar Cell Uses Copper Instead Of Precious Silver

Power generation from solar PV accounts for an increasing amount of energy produced worldwide. Silicon solar cells dominate the solar industry. These cells rely on…

‘Petrol Pump’ In Space Could Save Thousands of Satellites from Becoming Trash

San Francisco-based startup Orbit Fab is going to launch the company’s first operational ‘Petrol Pump’ built in space.  The company was founded to create “a thriving…

The World’s First Battery-Electric Freight Train Cuts Fuel Consumption by 11%

Transport is widely recognized to be a major source of air pollution worldwide. But rail transport is considered the efficient way to move goods and…

The State of New York Will Ban the Sales of All Gas Vehicles by 2035

The state of New York has passed a new bill that will essentially ban the sale of all gas-powered vehicles in the state by 2035.…

Disadvantages of Open-Source Operating Systems and How to Optimize Their Use

Advances in technology have led to the development of several open-source operating systems. For any computer to work, it needs an operating system (OS). The…

Researchers Created Holograms That You Can Touch

Holograms are virtual three-dimensional images created by the interference of light beams that reflect real physical objects.  But, researchers at the University of Glasgow have…